(PRWEB) July 18, 2012
A decade ago the concept of memory loss programs withing senior living communities had just begun to flourish. Alzheimer's care meant finding the right caregiver to offer patience, kindness and assisted living care to the patient. Residents of assisted living and nursing care communities who had developed Alzheimer's complications were warded off in smaller areas of the community with little treatment being give to the actual illness itself. Times have changed and so has the technological and medical advancements that cope with memory care and Alzheimer's study.
LivingSenior.com has chosen the week of July 16, 2012 to focus on this illness, programs that are developed to help patients living with memory loss and the way assisted living and senior living communities are adjusting their care plans to accommodate residents and offer a full range of individualized memory loss care. James Connolly, Marketing Manager for LivingSenior.com, released the following statement regarding the focus of this week.
"For decades the concept of Alzheimer's care and memory loss programs has grown rapidly. We are understanding the illness more and more each day. With each passing day the senior care community is rising up and offering more individualized memory loss and Alzheimer's care programs to fit the needs of their residents. We want to focus on this programs, the care communities offering them and the developments within Alzheimer's research. It is our way to offer a glimmer of hope to our readers who are facing this difficult illness."
LivingSenior.com will publish a new topic on Alzheimer's care and memory loss programs in their senior living blog and their current senior news articles category each day this week at 10am CST. Content manager Megan Coogle was encouraging when discussing the pending blogs and articles. "We want our readers to discuss the blog posts. To subscribe to our LivingSenior RSS feed and really think about each post and their views on it. Memory loss programs and Alzheimer's care can be controversial and we want to hear what our readers have to say."
For more information on Alzheimer's care, memory loss programs or communities offering these programs in your area follow the LivingSenior RSS feed or follow their announcements on Facebook and Twitter @LivingSenior.