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It is possible to keep our minds sharp, by continuing to use our thinking "muscle".
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Get plenty of water, shade, and rest when outdoors to beat the heat and stay safe this summer.
The late stage of dementia may last from several weeks to several years. As the disease progresses, around-the-clock care is usually required.
Dementia typically progresses in three general stages: early, middle and late. Dementia affects people in different ways, each person may experience symptoms or progress through the stages differently.
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There are many things that you can do to make your environment safer to decrease your chances of falling.
The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence and the MIT AgeLab developed this guide to help families initiate productive conversations with older adults about driving safety. Click here, to view the guide: https://s0.hfdstatic.com/sites/the_hartford/files/we-need-to-talk.pdf
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) are putting out a warning today about a scam related to the State’s Food Assistance Program (FAP). Criminals will sometimes impersonate a government agency or resource that provides a legitimate service in an effort to obtain someone’s personal information. Anyone who wants to apply for food assistance or other benefits can do so through the State's MI Bridges website. For the full story or more information, visit: https://www.michigan.gov/ag/0,4534,7-359-92297_47203-564144--,00.html