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Dementia is a decline in mental ability that can interfere with a person's everyday activities. Someone with dementia can struggle with memory loss, communicating with others, thinking clearly and caring for themselves. Because of these effects, individuals with dementia often need some level of care, depending on the severity of the disease.

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Have you noticed that your memory isn't as sharp as it once was? Do you misplace items or forget your train of thought more often than before? If so, you may be experiencing some age-related forgetfulness.

We understand that age can take a toll on our brains, but we also know that there are ways that we can keep our minds sharp even as time goes by. Keeping your mind active and stimulated can often help you maintain your mental capability. Take a look at the below tips to keep your brain functioning at its best. Always remember to consult with your health care professional before starting a new diet or exercise regimen.

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5 Tips to Keep Your Mind Sharp with Age

Have you noticed that your memory isn't as sharp as it once was? Do you misplace items or forget your train of thought more often than before? If so, you may be experiencing some age-related forgetfulness.

Published in Concordia Blog

If you have a loved one with dementia, do you find it difficult to think of meaningful and safe activities to enjoy together? This is not uncommon - especially if dementia is new to you both. Here at Concordia, we understand that this may be difficult, but we also know that there are many ways to plan and provide appropriate activities for people with dementia, since we do this daily at our senior care facilities.

With summer here, we wanted to share ideas with you so that you can enjoy your summer, safely, with your loved one who is living with a memory impairment. 

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