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The Cottages Blog Listed in Top 100 Senior Blogs

The Cottages organization ranks among the best memory care communities in Texas. With facilities designed specifically for those living from Alzheimer’s and other memory disorders, The Cottages ensure their residents have the highest quality of life. And now, their blog is rated among the top 100 blogs on the web for seniors, families, and caregivers.

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The Cottages Increase Fundraising Efforts for Alzheimer’s Research

As a leader in advanced memory care, The Cottages is committed not only to providing top of the line care for those living with dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other memory disorders, but also contributing to research efforts to find cures for these diseases. In addition to small-scale fundraising efforts throughout the year, this summer, the Cottages launched a fundraising campaign to support the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.

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The Cottages Launched Fundraising Efforts for Alzheimer’s Research

The Cottages, one of the industry leaders in memory care communities, has been dedicated not only to caring for those living with Alzheimer’s, dementia, or other memory disorders, but also to the research to fight and end these diseases. Beginning in July, The Cottages launched their summer fundraising campaign to raise money for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

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The Cottages Offer Specialized Living for Seniors with Memory Loss

Having to move a loved one into an assisted living facility can be emotionally and mentally draining. It is especially challenging when that loved one suffers from memory loss. At The Cottages, seniors live in a safe, familiar, and stimulating environment explicitly designed to mitigate challenges they may face with their memory loss.

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Stunning Senior Care in Texas

There is quite a bit that goes into helping loved ones with dementia and the assisted living arrangements that follow. When these conditions become too much for a loved one, sometimes support is necessary.

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