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Can Parkinson’s Disease Cause Seizures?

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Parkinson’s disease can be a complicated condition. It can affect a person’s motor skills and cognitive capabilities, potentially leading to the need for professional support and care like that offered in memory care. It’s recognizable by tremors, shaking, and balance issues, all of which can affect a person’s life. But can Parkinson’s disease also cause […]

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Is Parkinson’s a Disability?

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Living with Parkinson’s disease can present many challenges. From motor symptoms like tremors and stiffness to non-motor symptoms such as depression and cognitive difficulties, Parkinson’s can affect various aspects of daily life.  One question that often arises is whether Parkinson’s is considered a disability. Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative condition that can lead to disability […]

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Does Sugar Cause Dementia? 

A person spoons a large serving of sugar into a cup of coffee, wondering if it will cause dementia.

Dementia can affect someone’s ability to manage their everyday needs, making independent living difficult. When looking at the potential causes of this disease, it’s a common question if sugar can lead to dementia.  Continue reading to learn more about dementia, including if sugar can lead to its development.  What Is Dementia?  Dementia is a general […]

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Care Plan for Parkinson’s Disease: How Memory Care can Help

If your loved one has Parkinson’s disease, they’ll likely need consistent care as it progresses. When caring for this disease, memory care can help provide them with the daily support they need. Continue reading to learn more about Parkinson’s disease, including how memory care can help.  What Is Parkinson’s Disease?  Parkinson’s disease is a movement […]

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Are Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Related?

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Watching our loved ones grow older and develop memory loss can be a heartwrenching and challenging experience. Memory loss can result from a variety of conditions that affect the brain’s functionality. If you’re caregiving for an elderly family member, you may have already heard of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s are disorders […]

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