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8 Ladies with Dementia Thrive in 1 Small-Group Home

LIVING WITH DEMENTIA – VIDEO:

New “Small-Group Homes” are opening for people with Alzheimer’s. See how this evolution in dementia-care is helping people thrive.


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Maineiac
Maineiac
May 12, 2017 12:55 am

The Vicarage By The Sea provides long term dementia care in Harpswell Maine. Since 1998 in a small home setting for up to 8 people living with dementia.

http://www.thevicaragebythesea.com/long-term-dementia-care-in-maine/

Jim Hollis
Jim Hollis
February 1, 2018 11:22 am

We do have homes like this in Wellington, NZ, running 5 days a week. Usually, alz patients are picked up and dropped off at the end of a day. Lunch etc is provided. I play music to my Patricia at her hospital She is blind from her alz and enjoys her special music via media player and headphones . . .

Mary Gingerich
Mary Gingerich
September 23, 2019 2:26 pm

Love this!! I worked in a home similar to this, and it was awesome!

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