Alzheimer & Memory Care

Progressing a Senior Loved One to a Higher Level of Care

Progressing a Senior Loved One to a Higher Level of Care

As your senior loved one grows older, there will be many things they need your help with. At first, this may mean helping...
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Brain Health for Preventing Alzheimer’s and Staying Active with Carol Hahn

Brain Health for Preventing Alzheimer’s and Staying Active with Carol Hahn

While there are no proven methods to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, there is strong evidence...
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Looking Into 2021 with UCLA: An Alzheimer’s Breakthrough?

Looking Into 2021 with UCLA: An Alzheimer’s Breakthrough?

The latest Alzheimer’s disease breakthroughs and research were discussed recently during an exclusive presentation. The...
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Looking Forward in 2021:Alzheimer’s Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Looking Forward in 2021:Alzheimer’s Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5Wc2CY8MY0 The Kensington was proud to partner once again with The Mary S. Easton Center...
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Coping with the Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or Dementia

Coping with the Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or Dementia

You’ve probably had your suspicions that your loved one’s memory loss or personality changes were an indicator of...
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The WAM Summit with Founder, Maria Shriver & Leading Experts

The WAM Summit with Founder, Maria Shriver & Leading Experts

The WAM Summit In June Kensington Senior Living partnered with The Women's Alzheimer's Movement (WAM) and founder Maria...
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Alzheimer’s Association and The Kensington Redondo Beach Presents 2020 Longest Day Video

Alzheimer’s Association and The Kensington Redondo Beach Presents 2020 Longest Day Video

💜We invite you to join us in raising awareness for Alzheimer's by sharing this video and donating to...
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When to Worry About Memory Loss

When to Worry About Memory Loss

Has there been a time where you suddenly forgot something? Of course, it happens to us all and isn’t something uncommon....
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Short Term Memory Loss: Sign of Alzheimer’s or Dementia?

Short Term Memory Loss: Sign of Alzheimer’s or Dementia?

Short-term memory loss can be one of the earlier symptoms of dementia, which could be caused by Alzheimer’s disease or...
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Is Your Senior Parent Doing Okay Alone?

Is Your Senior Parent Doing Okay Alone?

It’s not an unusual scenario. For any son or daughter of a senior parent living alone, you’re always going to wonder if...
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