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8 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Alzheimer’s

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According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are 5.7 million Americans currently living with Alzheimer’s. This disease slowly affects the memory, thinking capabilities, and behavior of an individual and gets worse with time. At New Generations, we’re proud to support Alzheimer’s Awareness month and offer Alzheimer’s day care to individuals in South Carolina.

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The Benefits of Our Florence Autism Care

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If you have a loved one with Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), our Charleston Autism care is a great place for them to learn, grow, and have fun. Our New Generations care program is called Gary’s Gang and it caters to individuals with a variety of special needs. Our members truly love being part of Gary’s Gang and here’s why.

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The Importance of a Healthy Diet and Exercise for Elders

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At our elderly care center, we know it’s important for individuals at any age to eat healthy and get plenty of exercise, but it’s especially important for those who are elderly. As we get older, our bodies begin to wear down and lose their resilience, which means we need to take extra care of them. Encourage your elderly loved one to eat right and exercise regularly to help them maintain their health.

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The Difference Between a Heart Attack and a Stroke

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The thought of your loved one having a heart attack or a stroke is scary, and both issues have their own dangers. While heart attacks are more common than strokes (they’re the leading cause of death in the U.S. while strokes are the fifth leading cause), either one can occur in both men and women. There are several differences between the two issues and here, our adult day care company shares the things you should know about both.

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6 Medication Management Tips for Seniors

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Did you know that 80% of seniors take a least one medication per day, and many take three or more? While it may not be hard to remember to take them, having several prescriptions could potentially cause drug interactions, mix-ups, or side effects. That’s why it’s important to have a strict schedule and know exactly what you’re taking.

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