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Family & Caregivers

As a loved one ages, it can impact the whole family. If you are looking for resources to help support this journey or wonder how to start a conversation about moving them to a senior living community, we are here to help. Here you will find resources to help you make the best choices for your family.

Children’s Activity Book: Understanding the Forgetting Disease: Dementia

Country Meadows Retirement Communities and our non-profit sister community, Ecumenical Retirement Community, have cared for many older adults with Alzheimer’s disease and helped their families re-connect with them to enjoy many more years of fulfilling relationships, even with the changes the illness brings. Children, in particular, can be affected by these changes in their grandparents. That is why we created this activity book you can share with the children in your life that may need help understanding the changes they see in their older loved ones.

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