One Likely Cause Of Memory Impairment

A Rarely Suspected Cause for Memory Impairment It’s long been known that sleep plays a strong role in memory consolidation, but now, research is showing that age-related changes to the sleeping brain disrupt the normal pathways to memory formation, leading to that...

Inside Worcester

November 2015 issue of Inside Worcester, with a new feature: From the editor’s desk: “Hire (the next superintendent) from within” and...

Put Nutrition Back into Your Routine

How was your summer eating? Do you tend to go light in the summer with a bounty of fresh local fruits, grilled chicken, fresh vegetables from your garden? Or have your weekends been filled with fun barbecues, fried seafood at the beach, and picnics consisting of...

Art Enriches Seniors’ Lives

Connecting When Words May No Longer Be Possible Dodge Park Rest Home is suitable for seniors who need help with their activities of daily living and want luxury, convenience, and peace of mind that a secure setting can provide. We provide services including the Adult...

Rementia vs Dementia

By Micha Shalev “Rementia” vs “Dementia” Dementia is conventionally defined in terms of neurological changes in the brain and an inevitable and progressive decline in the individual’s cognitive powers and functional ability. However, this...

Dementia Complications

By Micha Shalev Dementia Complications Why do people who have dementia become agitated? The agitation can have many causes. A sudden change in surroundings or frustrating situations can cause people who have dementia to become agitated. For example, getting dressed or...

Dementia complications

By Micha Shalev Why do people who have dementia become agitated? Agitation can be caused by many factors. A sudden change in surroundings or frustrating situations can cause people who have dementia to become agitated. For example, getting dressed or giving the wrong...

Rementia vs Dementiay

Rementia It is a term coined by Tom Kitwood around 1996 to describe how persons with dementia can show improvement in functioning. This often occurs when excess disability is removed by changing from a toxic social environment to one which supports competencies which...

Can the MIND Diet Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million Americans over the age of 65. Research is trying to prove that the foods we choose at a younger age may lower the risk of developing the disease. The MIND diet may be just the eating plan that makes all the difference....