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Don’t Miss “A Map Through the Maze” on May 23

Celebrating its 25th year on May 23, A Map Through the Maze, a practical-based Alzheimer’s and dementia care conference sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter, offers professionals a unique opportunity to learn current and cutting edge information on a … Continue reading

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The Music of Our Lives Powers More than Just Memories

We all have them—those special memories, conjured by a song from the past. One chorus, and you’re back at that high school dance when you shared your first kiss, or with your best friends at summer camp, or on your … Continue reading

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Deb’s Professional Education Speaking Engagements

Spring promises to be a busy season at Deborah Fins Associates. In addition to serving our clients, I am committed to helping fellow professionals and students sharpen their skills for serving elders. Among my speaking engagements for the coming weeks … Continue reading

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Gone Missing: Tech Tools Locate a Loved One Who Wanders

Freedom to go where we want, when we want. It’s a deeply held American value, part of our cultural DNA. The iconic 1960s TV series, Route 66, about two young men coming of age as they drive cross-country in a … Continue reading

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How Do You Know It’s Dementia When Dad Can Still Do the New York Times Crossword?

The onset of early dementia is not always obvious. Especially when your loved one is smart and can compensate for memory loss, or is clever and determined to hide symptoms, it can be difficult to know whether what seems “off” … Continue reading

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