Category Archives: mind

Your Own Memorial: How to Cope with Loss from a Distance

Photo by Kristina Tripkovic on Unsplash Guest Blogger: Janice Miller When you’ve lost a friend or family member but you live a long distance away from them, it’s not always possible to make arrangements to be there for their memorial. … Continue reading

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A Precious Journey

By Victor Montour As a community liaison for Front Range Hospice and Palliative Care I’m blessed with many opportunities to meet some wonderful people. Just recently I was asked to meet with the patient and the family at one of … Continue reading

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Communication and Alzheimer’s/Dementia

One of the most difficult things for families and care giver’s is the change in communication that comes with the progression of Alzheimer’s/Dementia (A/D). Persons with A/D are no longer able to perceive the world as we see it, yet … Continue reading

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Contented Dementia

By: Cyndy Luzinski first published 12/22/16, revised 6/1/2017 Dad was a brilliant researcher and fisherman, but he was an even better father.  So, when he shared his concern with me several years ago that his thinking was foggy, I started to … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s Dementia – Music and the Mind

Alzheimer’s Dementia – Music and the Mind By Victor Montour For centuries, music has been known to calm people down and provide relief from stress and tension. Neuroscientists, now equipped with brain scanning technology, have a renewed interest in finding … Continue reading

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