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Pet Therapy Helps Seniors Thrive at United Hebrew

Visits from Tinsley, a three-legged pet therapy dog, are designed to bring comfort, ease anxiety, increase social opportunities, and lift the spirits of our residents.

Daily Routines Help When Caring for Those with Dementia

Providing structure for daily activities and keeping to a routine can reduce the agitation we often associate with dementia.

Top 9 Holiday Gift Ideas for Seniors

With a little creativity, and an understanding of the challenges your elderly loved one faces, you’ll find a gift that does more than bring a smile – it might change a life.

Can You Travel Safely with a Loved One Who has Alzheimer’s Disease?

Good news: Traveling together with your loved one who has Alzheimer’s or dementia is possible with careful planning.

How Robotic Pets Bring Comfort to those with Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Robotic pets can help those with dementia feel comfort and a new sense of purpose.

Simple Tips to Help You Cope With Sundowning

When someone has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia, agitation, confusion, and aggression are some of the most challenging behaviors for caregivers to handle. Here’s what you can do.

Five Caregiving Questions You May be Too Embarrassed to Ask

Here’s how to handle some of the caregiving questions you may have when caring for aging parents who have Alzheimer’s or dementia.

‘Art of the Garden’ Exhibition in our Lazarus Gallery

"Rockport Garden," Michelle Golias

Opening on June 11, the ‘Art of the Garden’ will feature 50 beautiful and evocative paintings, photographs, sculptures and mixed media depicting nature in all its glory.

5 Ways Dancing Makes a Difference for Those with Dementia

Dance and movement therapy are the most recent additions to the robust creative arts therapy program across United Hebrew’s campus.