Masonic's Dementia Support Group

An estimated 16 million Americans serve as unpaid caregivers for a friend or loved one with dementia, and no one understands how isolating that role can be better than Courtney Whitaker, director of Memory Care and Life Enrichment Programs at…

Care Across Generations

The broad range of services at Masonic Homes Kentucky helps a close-knit family stay together. Maryrose Laun is a mother to five daughters. When each moved out of the family home, she never expected to share an address with any of them again.…

Successfully celebrating the holidays with dementia

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For many, holidays are a time of celebration and sweet memories.  For others, it may be a strategically planned event to avoid stressful situations. If your loved one suffers from dementia the celebration may be different, but it can still…

An Exercise in Empathy

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According to P.K. Beville, a geriatric specialist and founder of Second Wind Dreams®, when someone is diagnosed with dementia, their friend level drops by 50 percent.