Arden Courts of Delray Beach

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Arden Courts of Delray Beach is listed in the Alzheimers Education Referral & Support Service category in Delray Beach, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Arden Courts of Delray Beach which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arden Courts of Delray Beach on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 20.

Contact information for Arden Courts of Delray Beach is:
16150 Jog Rd
Delray Beach, FL 33446
(561) 498-5552
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#ColdWeather comes w/ ice & an increased risk of #slips & #falls. Keep walkways clear by shoveling & using rock salt ow.ly/GZ1Y308j4pR

Cold Weather Concerns Series: With winter comes snow, ice and an increased risk of slips and falls. Those with Alzheimer’s or related dementia may also have vision issues that can make it harder to see ice or realize that a walkway is slippery. Keep all stairs, walkways and driveways clear of snow and ice by shoveling often and using rock salt. However, make sure to not over use the salt as this can cause traction issues.
The winter always brings an increased risk of injury and hazards. Read tips to avoid dangerous situations to help keep your loved ones safe.


#ColdWeather Concerns: keep safe from #CarbonMonoxide poisoning this #winter - check the heating system & install carbon monoxide detectors

Cold Weather Concerns Series: With the increased use of the furnace and other heating methods there is also an increased risk for carbon monoxide poisoning. The odorless, tasteless gas can quickly build up to dangerous levels without your knowledge. Carbon monoxide poisoning can cause a dull headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, confusion, weakness, blurred vision, shortness of breath and loss of consciousness. Keep loved ones safe by having their heating system checked once a year. Also install carbon monoxide detectors on each level of their home.

Cold Weather Concerns Series: While most people can tell when they start to get too warm from an electric blanket, those with dementia may be less sensitive to the changes in temperature. An electric blanket could burn their skin without them even realizing the blanket is too hot. To keep loved ones with Alzheimer’s or related dementia safe it is better to remove all electric blankets from their home.


#ColdWeather Concerns: #ElectricBlankets can be dangerous for those w/ #dementia, who can be less sensitive to temp changes & can get burned

Arden Courts added an event.
A Professional Meet and Greet Event Meet our new Marketing Director, Shilpa Patel, who joined Arden Courts in October. Take a tour of our memory care community and learn about our meaningful and engaging programs for our residents. Network with other health care professionals and enjoy a “Brain Game Competition” hosted by Nancy Turco, Executive Director of Arden Courts, Certified Activity Director, and Ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Association. Learn about Brain Neurobics, one of the scientifically proven ways to keep your brain healthy. RSVP by calling (512) 918-2800 or e-maililng Austin@arden-courts.com

Cold Weather Concerns Series: In cold weather many people turn to electric space heaters to keep themselves and their house warm. However, these can pose a fire risk especially when used with extension cords or if they get knocked over. To keep loved ones with Alzheimer’s or related dementia safe, remove all space heaters from their home. Or purchase space heaters that automatically turn off when they reach a set temperature or tip over.


#ColdWeather Concerns: people w/ #Alzheimer’s shouldn't have #SpaceHeaters b/c they may forget to turn them off & they become a fire #hazard


Watch @weareaustin w/ Nancy at Arden Courts to learn warning signs of #dementia & when to start looking for help: ow.ly/E6aY307Smon