As a caregiver for someone with memory loss, it is easy to think that you are the only one responsible for your loved one’s care. That ultimately, you are in the battle alone and must provide everything from intermittent assistance to daily hands-on care. This thought process is very common among caregivers as a result of family dynamics or because you are the spouse and have taken vows to care “in sickness and in health.” On the blog today is an article that discusses this feeling and ways to determine what is best for your loved one and for yourself!
Our Azura family is hosting and participating in many educational and advocacy events this month! Check out what we have going on and please consider joining us!
An Azura MOSAIC Dream come true! Read more about this special day and dream on our blog today!
An educational opportunity for you! Join Azura at its 10th Annual Dementia Symposiums in Eau Claire and Muskego WI. Seating is limited, learn more and register today!
Azura Memory Care joined forces with over 200 advocates at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Wisconsin Advocacy Day. Read more about the day and the beneficial legislation discussed on our blog today!
This month, Azura of Oak Creek will be kicking-off its free 3-Part Dementia Series welcoming two speakers from the dementia and elder care fields who will be sharing their insight on the disease, what to do when a diagnosis has been made and the new research initiatives happening right here in Wisconsin. Check out our blog for more information!
Azura Memory Care is pleased to share the launch of its newly redesigned website homepage; featuring an updated navigation, Alzheimer’s and Dementia care resources and access to helpful articles and tools for those looking for more information on memory loss or memory care. Read more and check it out on our blog today!
Azura Memory Care will be facilitating two Virtual Dementia Tour events later this month in Monroe, WI. Learn more about the internationally known Virtual Dementia Tour and reserve your spot today!
Azura’s family of care comes together to Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Photos and event details featured now on our blog–click to view!
Holidays can be a wonderful time of year filled with family, food and laughter. However, it can also bring on stressful times and hurried schedules for everyone. This is why the holidays can be especially hard for those with memory loss. Let us give you some ideas to help you and your loved one have a joy filled Holidays and a Happy New Year!
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