When you hear the word retirement, what images come to mind? For many people, traveling is a top priority. For others, they may want the flexibility to spend winter months in the southern part
(Pictured: Noor Awad, Rayna Horner and Shayla Horrigan) Numerous studies have shown the benefits of older adults engaging with young people. This is true, maybe even more so, for people living with short-term memory
Caring for a family member with dementia or other forms of memory loss can be challenging, both physically and emotionally. Often, family members are balancing caregiving with working outside the home and raising a family.
Yark Automotive Group is supporting local families in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan who are living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia through a generous donation to MemoryLane Care Services. The company is donating a
Caring for a family member with dementia or other forms of memory loss can be challenging, both physically and emotionally. Often times, family members are balancing caregiving with working outside the home and raising a
As we turn another page on the calendar and move closer to the end of the year, many people set their sights on annual traditions. These traditions include decorating our homes and planning for
Getting a good night’s sleep is critical for our health and to our bodies’ ability to function. As we age, our circadian rhythms—the internal clocks that cycle our brains between sleepiness and alertness—can be transformed.
Nearly 50 million people worldwide live with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia—a number that is likely to reach 75 million by 2030. As the medical community commits greater attention to dementia’s diagnosis and treatment,
As our organization continues to grow, Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Services is changing our name and updating our logo. We’re excited to announce that on January 1, 2018, our official name became MemoryLane Care Services.
Although it’s less than a year old, the Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Services organization is far from new. In July 2016, respite services—once provided by the Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter—were spun off to form