If you are a senior or you are caring for an elderly relative, then you may be concerned about changes in your loved ones memory due to dementia or Alzheimer’s. While certain factors like age and genetics cannot be controlled, lifestyle changes can reduce your risk by as much as 30%.
In fact, recent research at Yale University found one more way to protect your mind as you grow older. An optimistic attitude about aging can help to reduce your likelihood of getting dementia. The researchers also found that accepting the aging process gracefully worked just as well for seniors who carried the APOE 4 gene, which has been strongly associated with chronic brain diseases.
Our specialized caregivers provide an optimistic outlook on aging and offer memory care services from both a preventative and supportive approach, including Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care:
Contact us today to learn more about how Advance Choice Home Care can support your Home Care needs.