Resident Care

Food Safety Best Practices

Keeping residents safe from food-borne illnesses is one of your most important tasks Read More >>

7 Tips for Infection Prevention in Diabetes Care

Regular finger sticks and insulin injections offer a small but real chance of infection, but common sense protocols can reduce that risk.   Read More >>

AI and EHR: Perfect Together?

Big data and electronic health records — along with other technologies — could change the way long-term care is delivered.

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Involving the Wider Community

It’s not always easy, but bringing the outside world to your residents can benefit everyone involved.

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Research points to saliva test for Alzheimer’s

The number of Canadians with dementia is rising sharply, and it costs $10.6 billion per year to care for them, according to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.

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Group uses baby dolls to comfort, aid Alzheimer’s patients

The plush baby dolls help seniors living with dementia remember the feeling of parenthood, the pair told CBS News. Videos from their visits show some elderly people crying when a baby doll is placed in their arms. 

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Bees and memories: the potential impact of royal jelly on Alzheimer’s treatment

The discovery promises to have an impact far beyond the niche field of melittology. 

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Minnesota set to treat Alzheimer’s with marijuana in 2019

State adding disease to list eligible for treatment with cannabis, despite some reservations. 

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