Arden Courts of Austin

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Arden Courts of Austin
Arden Courts of Austin is listed in the Alzheimers Education Referral & Support Service category in Austin, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for Arden Courts of Austin 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 Austin on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 91.

Contact information for Arden Courts of Austin is:
11630 Four Iron Dr
Austin, TX 78750
(512) 918-2800
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Thanks for sharing @TrovatoDementia! The graphic from the Alzheimer's Association has a lot of good info to help prevent brain disease.


Read about our recent "Dealing with Dementia" event at Arden Courts of Old Orchard (PA) tnonline.com/2017/feb/20/de…

http://www.tnonline.com/2017/feb/20/dealing-dementia
he room was filled last Tuesday for the Dementia Toolbox seminar “When it is Time to Place” at Blue Mountain Health System in Bowmanstown. It was the third in the free Dementia Education Caregiver Lunch-n-Learn series co-sponsored by Arden Courts Memory Care Community.

Wandering Tip #7: Avoid noisy and busy places, such as the mall, that can cause anxiety for someone with Alzheimer’s or related dementia. Often they will try to walk to somewhere that is quieter and has less stimulation that can cause agitation.


– #Wandering Tip: Avoid noisy and busy places, such as the mall, that can cause anxiety for someone with #Alzheimer’s or related #dementia.

Wandering Tip #6: Often those with Alzheimer’s and related dementia wander because they are looking for something, such as food or water. Keep easy to eat snacks and water on hand and within view.
Wandering is always a cause for concern with people who have Alzheimer’s or a related dementia. Learn tips to help keep your loved ones safe this winter.


#Wandering Tip: Often those w/ #Alzheimer’s wander b/c they're looking for food. Keep snacks & water in sigh ow.ly/uaC4309aDtl

Wandering Tip #5: Assure your loved one with Alzheimer’s or related dementia is getting enough physical activity as it can help reduce anxiety and restlessness. Get in the habit of taking walks together in the evening.


#Wandering Tip: Assure your loved one with #Alzheimer's is getting enough physical activity as it can help reduce #anxiety & #restlessness

Wandering Tip #4: Have a fence installed with secured gates. This will allow your loved one with Alzheimer’s or related dementia to safely get some fresh air and enjoy the outdoors.