Published in 2018, Aging in Place with Alzheimer's: A Mind and Body Exercise Program has helped thousands of persons with dementia delay long-term care.
One thousand hours were spent developing our evidence-based program which has proven to slow cognitive decline, alleviate symptoms and improve physical and emotional well-being.
We combine physical tasks, cognitive exercises and sensory therapy to provide maximum stimulation to the brain, the key to managing the illness and prolonging independence.
Our program is used by hospitals, home health providers, eldercare agencies, assisted livings and more!
For a limited time, copies also include valuable information on how to effectively communicate and motivate the person in your care.
Aging in Place with Alzheimer's: A Mind and Body Exercise Program was a 2018 finalist for the Dr. Kate Lorig Healthy Living Innovation Award, given for improving the lives of older adults through healthy living programs.