Eating, Dining & Alzheimer’s
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The holidays are the perfect time to look at your loved one's eating habits. Research has shown the importance of maintaining good nutrition and eating habits for those living with Alzheimer's or dementia, which can help to improve behavioral symptoms as well as avoid weight loss, dehydration and choking hazards. Creating more interest in the overall experience for your loved one can also help to stimulate their appetite leading to better eating and drinking practices.