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What is Memory Care?

What is Memory Care?

Primrose staff member and resident reminisce over a photo album.

Whether you are a family member looking for options for your loved one or simply seeking knowledge about memory care, we’ve got you covered. In this article, we will explore the topic of memory care and provide you with valuable information to help you understand this specialized form of care for individuals with memory loss…. Read more

Introducing Silver Lace Memory Care by Primrose Retirement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE11/1/2023 ABERDEEN, SD – Primrose Retirement Communities has introduced a new name for their memory care service offerings. The name for the services offered within their current memory care assisted living “neighborhoods” is Silver Lace Memory Care by Primrose.  The name will apply to the designated neighborhoods present as a part of 11… Read more

The Invisible Struggle of Dementia: What It Feels Like to Lose Yourself

Elderly couple holding hands in indoor garden area.

Dementia is a progressive disease that affects an individual’s memory, thinking, and behavior. It can be very isolating, as people with dementia may feel confused, frustrated, or scared while struggling to understand their surroundings.  By taking the time to understand their experiences, we can help them feel more comfortable and secure, enabling them to maintain… Read more

Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

An older couple dancing to a slow song while smiling.

Caring for a spouse, parent, or close friend with dementia is an emotional journey. And more often than not, navigating the changes in your loved one’s behavior and abilities and how they impact your life feels overwhelming. If someone you love has been diagnosed with early-stage dementia, you’ll have questions about what to expect, what… Read more

Assisted Living with Memory Care

Woman and care team in assisted living apartment at Primrose.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 6 million Americans are living with this neurological disease. It’s projected that by 2050, this number will reach 13 million. Age is believed to be the biggest risk factor associated with this condition. Although a family history of Alzheimer’s may also put you at greater risk.  Quite often… Read more

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