Jon Thompson

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Holidays are not always Jolly!

The holiday season can be full of stress – multiple events, family visits, work obligations, and the list goes on. So how to manage it all? First of all, recognize that you are one person and can only be in one place at a time, so try to prioritize when and where you really need […]

Make a smooth transition to your new home with Sundara
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Make a smooth transition to your new home with Sundara

Making the transition from home to a memory care residence can be challenging for the new resident as well as the family. It is an emotional process for everyone involved and may take days and even weeks for your loved one to become comfortable with their new surroundings. With over 80 years of experience, Sundara […]

What to look for when choosing a memory care provider
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What to look for when choosing a memory care provider

Choosing the right memory care facility can be overwhelming, let alone the fact that many life changes can be challenging by themselves. Many fear starting this process and may procrastinate looking for a memory care residence, sometimes due to denial about the disease, at other times due to a lack of understanding about this level […]

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Planning Ahead- Financial and Legal Considerations

Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or any other type of dementia can be overwhelming, leaving you confused as to where you should even start moving forward. Every plan of care needs a foundation, and organizing your finances and legal documents is an important first step to building an action plan, as this is key in preparing […]

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Surrounding Amenities

Many factors are important when choosing your loved one’s new home.  The location of a memory care community should not only take into consideration the proximity to family and friends, but also a wide range of community services and amenities. Sundara has made it simple. The residence was designed to provide a new level of […]

What a Day at Sundara Will Look Like
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What a Day at Sundara Will Look Like

Peace of mind and quality of care are two hallmarks that families search for while trying to decide which memory care facility may be the best fit for their loved one.    Any type of dementia, like Alzheimer’s, affects a person’s ability to communicate, making It important for caregivers to be able to anticipate needs, […]

Helpful Tips to Help Manage Dementia, specifically Alzheimer's.
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Helpful Tips to Help Manage Dementia, specifically Alzheimer’s

While there is currently no cure for Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, there are lifestyle enhancements that may slow down the progression of the disease. Science is evolving with various therapeutic options that may eventually even result in the reversal of damage, or ideally prevention.  It is important to understand the changes in the […]

A Family Approach to Care
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A Family Approach to Care

Alzheimer’s is not a disease affects one person only, it involves everyone in the family.  Together, the family will go through each stage and experience the changing stages of the disease and not everyone will understand or accept the illness the same way, at the same time. Therefore, if possible, incorporating the entire family when […]

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Questions to Ask to See If Memory Care is Right forYour Loved One

When dealing with cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer’s and other forms of Dementia, advanced specialized care is critical, it is essential to your loved one’s quality of life and safety, while providing peace of mind to the family. It is a comfortable, safe and secure environment to provide the level of care that your loved […]

Signs & Symptoms Of Early Onset Alzheimer’s
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Signs & Symptoms of Early Onset Alzheimer’s

Dementia is an overall term for a progressive brain disease, the most common type is known as Alzheimer’s, and is not a disease for seniors only.  According to the Alzheimer’s association, early onset Alzheimer’s, also known as “younger” onset, is a rare stage that affects people younger than 65, in approximately 5% of those diagnosed […]

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