Memory & Brain Health Resources

Memory & brain health resources brought to you by Era Living Memory Care

In the US, there are at least 5 million people currently living with age-related dementias. Due to longer life expectancies and the baby boomer population, the percentage of Americans living with this disease will increase in the upcoming years. While there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, there are a number of things that people can do to help maintain cognitive function and improve quality of life as they age. We at Era Living Memory Care have created this resource center for those interested in learning more about memory loss and lifestyle changes that may prevent it. We've also included resources helpful for those living with memory loss or those who have a family member or friend experiencing cognitive decline.

Preventing or Slowing Memory Loss
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Understanding Dementia
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Living with Memory Loss
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Family & Caregiver Resources
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About Era Living Memory Care:

Era Living Memory Care is offered in a secure, home-like environment at two Era Living retirement communities: Ida Culver House Broadview in northwest Seattle and The Gardens at Town Square in downtown Bellevue. At both locations, compassionate staff embody the Best Friends™ approach and build meaningful relationships that help residents feel valued, connected, and at ease. Independent and assisted living are also available on the same campuses, helping married couples stay close together. Learn more about Era Living Memory Care today.

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