We’re really trying to break ground by offering these home health care service tips on how to better prevent and manage dementia
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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 27, 2014
Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region (http://www.GreaterTorontoHomeCare.ca), the area’s leading provider of non-medical, in-home senior care, is announcing the publication of the seventh book in its award-winning series, Healthy Longevity Living.
The new book, The Brain Boost: A Practical Guide to Brain Health, is meant to oppose the misconception that the human brain is unable to change or combat the decline in cognitive function as it ages.
“We’ve put a lot of time and research into the theories of this book,” says Rick Heinz, owner of Home Care Assistance – Peel/Halton Region. “Some of the common misconceptions around how the brain ages and its adaptability are just false, and we address those occurrences in the book. We’ve really extended ourselves as a home health care service to provide the public with valuable and applicable information.”
Heinz explains that through a process known as neuroplasticity, the brain can adapt remarkably to its environmental influences. The Brain Boost gives advice on how anyone can improve cognitive function through lifestyle changes based on extensive studies in medicine and neuroplasticity and will hopefully encourage the belief that neuroplasticity is able to be harnessed by anyone to enhance mental acuity.
“We really cover the entire realm of this discipline,” he adds. “From the connection between music and increased cognitive function in Alzheimer's patients to the hippocampi of London cab drivers, the depth of the research is truly extensive.”
Heinz notes that the message of The Brain Boost is to halt the common perception of aging and the cognitive decline that is so tightly associated with the aging process. The book is also designed to be in line with the issues facing the current aging population that seek to enjoy life while receiving useful in-home care. It has received positive early reviews.
“We’re really trying to break ground by offering these home health care service tips on how to better prevent and manage dementia,” Heinz concludes. “We’ve raised the standard for what an in-home care organization should provide to the seniors they help, and we’re offering all that we’ve learned concerning dementia and combating declining cognitive function to the public.”
Serving Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Hamilton and the surrounding areas, Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region provides older adults with high-quality, consistent care, helping them live happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives within the comfort of their own homes. In an effort to fully address the needs of mobile and homebound clients, Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region provides 24-7 live-in care, hourly home care, and hospital-to-home care. Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region’s caregivers are certified in multiple skills, including the Balanced Care Method, Alzheimer’s and Dementia care, hospital-to-home care, and more. Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region is so certain its customers will be 100% satisfied with its services that a long-term contract is not required. To learn more about Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region, visit the company’s web site at http://www.GreaterTorontoHomeCare.ca, contact Home Care Assistance – Halton/Peel Region at 905-337-1200 or by e-mail at rheinz(at)homecareassistance(dot)com, or visit our office at 90 Lakeshore Road West in Oakville.