Thoughtful Healthcare provides highest quality in-home senior care to people who live in Kansas City, Mission Hills, Leawood, Overland Park, Lee’s Summit, North Kansas City, and Johnson County. Our professional caregivers strive to make a difference in our clients’ lives, by engaging with them in meaningful ways. For someone who has Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, this interaction helps fill the days with joy.

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Do you have a loved one with memory loss living in Overland Park, Olathe, Lenexa, Johnson County or Kansas City? Are you concerned about his or her health and safety this winter? The professional in-home memory caregivers at Thoughtful Healthcare are here to help. Here is a checklist of things to look out for to ensure the wellbeing and safety of your loved one with memory loss this winter.

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Families with loved ones who have memory loss might not know how to cope with a diagnosis of memory loss or dementia. Learning more from health care professionals and organizations such as the Alzheimer’s Association and the Parkinson’s Foundation can help clarify what to expect as the disease progresses. Thoughtful Healthcare is here to help. Here’s what it means to have dementia.

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When it becomes apparent that a loved one requires additional help with memory care in Kansas City, Leawood, Olathe, Overland Park, Lee’s Summit, Johnson County or North Kansas City, Thoughtful Health Care is at the front of the line as a provider of in-home memory care. Our professional in-home dementia caregivers provide the support and expertise that family caregivers need, bringing peace of mind to the person who has dementia… and to his or her family.

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Movement and wellness go hand in hand. What better way for senior care to get a boost than to add music to that movement? In Kansas City and Johnson County, caregivers and their loved ones who have dementia or Alzheimer’s can lift their spirits by joining a dance or movement class. If dancing is too much for your senior loved one, the proven therapeutic benefits of music for a person with Alzheimer’s or memory loss are big incentives to sit in on a class or a performance.

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Dementia progresses at different rates in different people. Alzheimer’s can progress slowly for years, and then a person can experience a quick decline, for example, and he or she becomes unable to recognize loved ones or an environment. Parkinson’s has its own symptoms, which can cause dementia as well as tremors, inability to speak or physically function. While the progression of these diseases are unpredictable, new approaches to resiliency aim to build strengths where the weaknesses lie.

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The weather is mellowing, which makes autumn the perfect time to take outings in Kansas City, Leawood or Overland Park with a loved one who has dementia. Planning an outing with someone who has dementia might take a little more time, but the benefits of staying engaged with life are worth it. Here are some of our favorite places to visit in the Kansas City metro area in the fall.

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