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Alzheimer’s belongs to the category of degenerative diseases. It is crucial to take the necessary measures to solve the cognitive impairment experienced and to assist the patient daily. In fact, each task becomes increasingly difficult to perform, so it is
Suzie will now share with you the incredible power of kindness! Kindness is a powerful yet simple concept. It can make the world a better place by ending the suffering caused by war, hunger, human rights violations and injustice. It
Today, Suzie wants to talk about the first cause of acquired disability in adults: strokes. In the United States, every year, more than 795,000 people have a stroke. Someone has a stroke every 40 seconds. Do you know someone
Finding the right person to assist someone close to you is not only a matter of experience and qualifications. It is also a question of finding the individual who can establish a relationship of trust. It may be difficult, if
As we age, the brain’s ability to remember past events can gradually deteriorate, leading to language and behavioral disorders. Many seniors in France and Europe now have Alzheimer’s disease. Memories slowly fade, verbal and written communication becomes increasingly difficult and
DO YOU HAVE THE QUALITIES REQUIRED TO BECOME A CAREGIVER FOR THE ELDERLY? Are you wondering whether you will be a good caregiver? Suzie will help you with your orientation and list the qualities you need in order to
It is well known that play is an important and very useful development tool for children. New studying methods with modern tools such as computers, smartphones and tablets also provide the opportunity for very young children to learn. Various educational
Sarah has been a personal carer for a few years. She reveals the characteristics of her activities and how her passion for this job was born. Some activities are confusing; what is the difference between a family caregiver, a nursing
With time and age, the physical and mental state of some people deteriorates. Staying independent is a real challenge for many people with disabilities or for the elderly. It is mainly for this reason that the work of caregivers and
Today, Jeannette is wondering about something important many people face: reminiscing. You may not be familiar with this word, which is why Jeannette will define it in a few words: reminiscing is the act of remembering imprecise and fuzzy memories.
In any family, the elderly are the roots of the family tree. Generally after retiring, elders have a lot of time for themselves and their loved ones. Sometimes, geographical distance does not allow for strong links between the older and
Created by the Italian doctor Maria Montessori in 1907, the Montessori Method focuses on the education of children. According to her, each child is unique and has unique qualities. Montessori Pedagogy was introduced to develop certain skills in each child
Social Seniors: 9 of the Best Clubs for Seniors to Join As the baby boomer population ages, it may not be as easy to connect with other people. Health issues, accessibility and motivation can all keep us from enjoying life
Using non-drug therapies to fight Alzheimer’s disease Today, Suzie will introduce you to non-drug therapies to relieve the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in a natural way. These therapies are adapted for each person according to their desires, tastes and environment.
Tips for practicing your logical reasoning: logic games and practical exercises The aging of the body is something many people fear, but even more so that of the brain. Whether in a place of service or in a retirement home,
Tips for improving your memory skills As most adults would attest to, memory issues can be quite common. In many situations, forgetfulness is a completely normal part of aging and typically doesn’t mean you need memory