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NASHVILLE, Tenn., Aug. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vitality Senior Living, a Nashville-based senior living provider committed to empowering successful aging through engagement and innovation, announced today it is publishing a guide to help families recognize symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and other dementias in their loved ones. The e-book, The Beginner's Guide to Recognizing Early Signs of Dementia, is available for free download at www.vitalityseniorliving.com/beginners-guide-to-recognizing-early-signs-of-dementia.
The Alzheimer's Association reports that 1 in 3 older adults suffer from dementia. However, the signs and symptoms are not always easy to initially detect. Although there is no cure for Alzheimer's, a variety of interventions can slow the progression of the disease and other dementias, as well as make life better for affected seniors. Vitality's new e-book details the symptoms of dementia and signs of the condition that adult children should look for in their senior parents.
Among the guide's features:
"Dementia is a scary prospect for both seniors and their families," says Chris Guay, Founder and President of Vitality Senior Living. "Adult children may have questions about whether the parent they know and love will still be the same person after a dementia diagnosis. However, an early diagnosis can have lasting implications for a loved one's quality of life. Our new guide arms readers with important knowledge and a clear direction of what a dementia diagnosis means for their families."
To learn more about this e-book or Vitality Living's outstanding senior communities, visit www.vitalityseniorliving.com.
About Vitality Senior LivingVitality Senior Living, based in Nashville, offers an entirely new vision of senior living. Vitality encourages successful aging by creating vibrant, engaging lifestyles that advance independence and contribute to the health and well-being of seniors. For more information, visit www.vitalityseniorliving.com.
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