The Facts on the Myths Surrounding Alzheimer’s Disease

Myth #1: Memory Loss is a Part of Aging Occasional memory problems is a normal part of aging. However, Alzheimer’s disease is when a person has more than occasional memory loss, like forgetting the name of a person they have known a very long time and where they live. Alzheimer’s is not just the brain […] Read More >>

Possible Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease?

Stanford University finds a possible new approach to curing and preventing Alzheimer’s. Have we been looking for an Alzheimer’s cure in all the wrong places? Or have they just been the necessary steps that needed to be taken to get us to where we are now? Regardless of the answer to those questions, the good […] Read More >>

Celebrate 108

It’s not every day you get to say happy birthday to someone celebrating 108 years of life. Well at Grand Brook Memory Care of Grapevine, that’s exactly what family and staff did this past September. Rachel was born in 1906 in Indiana.  When she was six years old her family moved to Michigan by way of […] Read More >>

The 10 Primary Sources of Dementia

Dallas residents and families affected by dementia know only all too well how it changes everything. What most don’t know is that dementia itself is not a disease, but is a term used to describe the memory loss and loss of other mental abilities that are caused by physical changes in the brain from other diseases or medical issues. Read More >>