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9 Puzzles for Dementia

GIFT OF THE WEEK: Brain-exercising puzzles may slow the progress of dementia and improve mood. They offer a great way to get a mental workout.

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High-Contrast Tableware

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: 60% of people with Alzheimer’s lose visual capacity and 40% lose weight. A Boston University Alzheimer’s study showed bright red tableware

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Gifts for Loved Ones

When a loved one lacks short-term memory, many things come as a surprise. It’s nice when that surprise is a gift. It’s the feelings that

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Heavy-Duty Auto Handybar

PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: This grab-bar for cars makes getting in and out an easy affair. It glides into any door-latch. Its heavy-duty construction allows

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