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Home Care Assistance is “Going Purple” to Help Raise Awareness About Alzheimer’s

Home Care Assistance is proud to “go purple” this month for Alzheimer’s and dementia awareness! The company’s social media profile pictures on Facebook and Twitter, along with the website logo, have been painted purple to show respect for individuals affected by the disease. As leaders in brain health among older adults, Home Care Assistance is pleased to bring attention to Alzheimer’s, which currently affects almost 50 million people worldwide.

Home Care Assistance’s mission is to change the way the world ages by providing high quality care to help seniors remain at home, but also by promoting long-term brain health among older adults. The company’s proprietary Cognitive Therapeutics Method™, an activities-based program designed to keep mental faculties sharp, was created both for people experiencing symptoms of cognitive decline as well as those who are cognitively healthy and wish to be proactive about their brain health as they age. Cognitive Therapeutics professional Interventionists, as well as caregivers who are trained in the method, bring this program into the homes of older adults, helping them stay engaged and live happier, healthier lives at home.

A long-time advocate for brain health awareness, Home Care Assistance has also authored several books on the topic of brain health, including The Brain Boost: A Practical Guide to Brain Health, and Mind Over Gray Matter: A New Approach to Dementia Care. The company’s commitment to providing educational resources around Alzheimer’s care and prevention has even earned the company recognition as an Alzheimer’s Workplace Alliance Corporate Champion, setting them apart for their efforts to support Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers and their families.

We encourage you to follow us on Twitter, “Like” us on Facebook and follow along on social media throughout June for more valuable information relating to Alzheimer’s and brain health this month. By doing so, you will be joining a community of champions of healthy longevity.

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