Mobile Healthfair at Carrington Court Assisted Living in South Jordan, Utah.

Carrington Court is pleased to announce that the Healthfair is bringing its Mobile Healthfair to Carrington Court on Tuesday, June 5th from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

This is a fabulous opportunity to run test to help detect early warning signs of heart disease, strokes, and aneurysms at a price that is far below that of hospitals.

You will also have the opportunity to have risk assessment tests performed at a fair price for diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, strokes, lung cancer and more.

This event is open to the public. Simply stop by to perform your health prevention tests and major disease risk assessments.

For more information, pricing, and a downloadable PDF with more info go to: http://carringtoncourtal.com/news/mobile_healthfair

“Parachute Time”

Residents love the Parachute with the balloons on top!!!

Great Source on Alzheimer’s Disease Complete with Different Stages

Memory Care – Alzheimer’s Disease

Many of us may become absent minded or forgetful as we age, which is considered normal. However, absent mindedness or forgetfulness that interferes with a person’s daily life and normal activities of daily living is not considered normal and could be a sign that an individual has a form of dementia.

Here are some common signs of dementia:

  • Memory Loss
  • Impaired abstract thinking (inability to sequence events, for example)
  • Decreased problem-solving ability
  • Poor Judgment
  • Confusion
  • Language Disturbance
  • Inability to care for self
  • Personality and mood disturbances
  • Loss of impulse control (lack of inhibition)

The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. To help better explain Alzheimer’s disease we are providing this link to a fabulous source from the National Institute on Aging. Here is the link:

http://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers/publication/alzheimers-disease-fact-sheet

This link provides a fact sheet on Alzheimer’s Disease and all of its stages. It is a wonderful resource for this difficult disease  we are facing in our communities.