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Top five most-read posts from 2021

Posted 25 January 2022 by Fallon Health

As we begin a new year, we do so while still dealing with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to what you read most on this blog last year, your focus has been on your loved one’s mental health as well as your own, and how to support them.

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Debunking myths about dementia

Posted 29 June 2021 by Fallon Health

Talking openly about dementia can help reduce the myths—as well as the fear, shame, stigma and stereotypes—that surround it.

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5 facts to help you better understand dementia

Posted 01 June 2021 by Fallon Health

Memory specialist Heather Dobbert shares information about frequently misunderstood aspects of dementia.

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Interpreting puzzling behavior

Posted 20 January 2021 by Fallon Health

People living with dementia perceive their surroundings differently—and their perceptions can result in behavior that caregivers sometimes find hard to interpret.

“If there’s someone in your life who is living with dementia, looking at their environment through their eyes may give you a better sense of how they feel and why they feel that way,” says Heather Dobbert, a Fallon Health Memory Specialist. “That can make a big difference in your ability to respond to how they’re acting."

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Ideas for celebrating holidays during a pandemic

Posted 22 November 2020 by Fallon Health

How you can you enjoy the holidays when you can't be with your family and friends in person? Check out these suggestions for connecting with your loved ones to celebrate safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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