[2021 UPDATE: Boston’s public radio station, WBUR, continues to comprehensively cover Alzheimer’s disease on a wide variety of topics and viewpoints. WBUR’s website is an excellent resource for families and individuals dealing with this disease. I encourage you to check it out.
My company, Senior Living Residences, continues to focus on providing innovative programming to treat the symptoms of dementia for seniors living in our assisted living communities. This includes a program we created for seniors with Mild Cognitive Impairment. ConnectedLIFE launched several years ago.]
Senior Living Residences Proud to be Featured for our Memory Care
This week, Boston’s WBUR (90.9 FM) airs an in-depth series on Alzheimer’s disease during its Morning Edition segment. The 5-day series tackles the subject of Alzheimer’s from research, testing and funding resources to the emotional impact of Alzheimer’s on one family.
The series includes “Preparing for an Alzheimer’s ‘Tsunami’”. This report features Senior Living Residences’ COMPASS Memory Support and our innovative approach to treating the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in a residential assisted living setting. We are proud to be recognized for the work we are doing to improve everyday life for those with this devastating disease.
You can listen to all the reports on the WBUR web site:
- Preparing for an Alzheimer’s ‘Tsunami’
- Ralph & Ruth – A Personal Narrative
- The State of Alzheimer’s Research
- To Test or Not?
- Funding Alzheimer’s
We encourage our readers to check out the series. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the program and your experiences with Alzheimer’s disease as a caregiver or family member. You may participate in the discussions here or on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/seniorlivingresidences.