Jun 20

5 Benefits Of Social Interaction For Seniors With Dementia

By MD for Seniors

Seniors with dementia are at a higher risk of social isolation and depression if they don’t have the support of loved ones. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, research has shown that people who are regularly engaged in social interactions and activities are also better able to maintain healthy cognitive functions. If you have elderly relatives who have been diagnosed with dementia, here are five reasons to ensure that they stay active and social.

1. Loneliness has been linked to cognitive decline.
Research has found links between cognitive impairment and loneliness. According to AARP, one recent study by researchers at Southern California …read more

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