The road to determining memory care for a loved one can be challenging, but can lead to a more relaxed and supportive living situation. 
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In this newsletter we are going to look at some of the patterns of resistance, what the brain function is that comes into play during these times, and how and when to proceed with an intervention and/or the steps needed for success.
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Most adult children or older adults are aware that at some time in the journey of life they might need a different level of care either in their home or in a retirement setting. In reality, the majority of families have not done any homework relating to this matter. There is something about human nature that procrastinates planning for something we have no desire doing. We don’t act and then we are forced to react during a crisis. Sometimes the decision is left up to family members or friends who might not have the background information or legal powers that might be needed.
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