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ApexCare Volunteers at the Del Oro Cruise Around the World

ApexCare Volunteers at the Del Oro Cruise Around the World

On June 15, 2017, for the 2nd consecutive year, ApexCare was a Food Sponsor for the annual Del Oro Caregiver Resource Center’s largest fundraising activity of the year. This event is called the Cruise Around the World and it is an amazing event where hundreds of patrons, clients, and partners come together to enjoy great food and company as well as to raise money for the organization.

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Should You Be Concerned about Alzheimer’s Disease and Your Loved One?

Elder Care in Stockton CA: Wanting the best for your loved one can often mean that you constantly worry about whether you’re overreacting about certain signs and ailments. One of the biggest for caregivers can be wondering whether your loved one is developing Alzheimer’s disease or not. Always check with your loved one’s doctor to be sure, but some of these signals could help you describe what your loved one is experiencing

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What Should Family Caregivers Know About PTSD?

Caregivers in Sacramento CA: PTSD stands for posttraumatic stress disorder. It is a psychological disorder that usually affects people who have experienced some sort of violent or traumatic event, such as a car accident, personal attack, or fighting in a war. Most people experience feelings of fear during and after a traumatic event, and those feelings are normal. However, when the feelings do not subside over time, the person may be diagnosed with PTSD.

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What Causes Dry Mouth in Seniors?

Senior Care in Manteca CA: Just as the name suggests, dry mouth is when an elderly person’s body doesn’t produce enough saliva to do its job. Saliva is an important part of the digestive system and contributes to oral health in many ways. Most people know that saliva is the first step in helping the body digest what it eats and drinks. Saliva also carries food particles away from the teeth and gums, and helps reduce the acids that contribute to tooth decay.

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Happy Times Cafe – Thursday, June 8th

Happy Times Cafe - Thursday, June 8th

The Happy Time’s Café for June with guests, Kristy Oshiro and her Japanese Taiko Drumming group was so exciting and educational. We learned not only about the art of Taiko drumming but also about the history and culture of Taiko through Japanese stories regaled by Kristy while performing.

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