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Alzheimer’s disease causes complex brain changes that may start as much as a decade before identifiable memory and cognitive problems appear.1 If you are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease or care about someone who has this disease, understanding how the disease progresses will...

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that affects a person’s memory, thinking, and behavior. It is a degenerative brain disease that is progressive, meaning it gets worse with time. Alzheimer’s can impact a person’s ability to function and carry out day-to-day activities. With the right...

Games for Health is important for seniors At some point in your research for activities for an older adult, you will find organizations that tout memory games for preventing Alzheimer’s. While there is no solid evidence that these games help prevent the disease, they can help provide...

Fall Prevention Awareness Week is September 20-24, 2021 National Fall Prevention Awareness Week is September 20-24, 2021, and this year Care to Stay Home has information in our newsletter as well on our social media channels. You can find our Facebook Page Here: Spokane Care to Stay Home According to the National...

We got to meet up with our caregivers one on one. It was great!!! To show our caregivers how much they mean to us the office staff at Care To Stay Home banded together to have a Box Lunch Extravaganza. The lunch consisted of a croissant, water, cookie, bag...