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I remember seeing a great list of questions on this site, but now I can't find them. Any suggestions--especially if you've been through the process--are appreciated.

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If you do a search on the topic, you will get lists from various sources. One thought, if there are resources, memory care in an assisted living facility might be considered. Often the activities and help are better than in nursing homes.
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Thank you MaggieMarshall. Very much appreciated!
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Here's some:

"What kind of activities do you have for people with memory loss? How many hours a day do you have planned activities? How many days a week do you have activities? (The better programs have structured activities throughout the day, at least 5 days per week.)

What makes your dementia unit specialized?

What precautions do you have for those who wander? Is it possible for someone to walk out?

Does your staff have special training for dealing with difficult behaviors?"

Helpful link: http://www.alz.org/nyc/in_my_community_17490.asp#evaluate
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