ANAM BRAIN HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER  is hosting the second community  Acupuncture Learning Session.

On July 8th at 11:00.a.m. We open this to the community for free. Please come and learn about the process from a licensed and board certified  acupuncturist. It is a relaxed group and questions are welcomed. The fee is $53 if you choose to be treated…

We are reaching out to anyone interested in alternative therapies that do not require drugs. During the first session we treated allergies, depression, a frozen shoulder, tinnitus, and itching ears!

Please call 779-537-5249 or 815-332-1919 for information.



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flagWe used to meet at Sinnissippi Park for our picnic. A garbage can full of ice held “pop.” Cotton U.S.A. flags were stuck in the ground on all the boulevards and graves of veterans. My Dad was a World War Two B26 bomber pilot. I heard his stories and saw the photos of the horrors he witnessed. Many men and women over 75 have a personal war story as a soldier or family member of someone serving.
Let’s remember the story and tell it. The oldest memories are easiest to access if one has Alzheimer’s, even through the late mid-stage of the decline. Memories bring joy and sorrow… emotions that speak of a full, meaningful life.
Please call 779-537-5249 or comment on your struggle in a family with dementia.

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1-2-3-Ways to Maintain Your Brain Power

Trying to maintain brain power as we age means we need to exercise safely and we need to try to read as long as we can. Laughing releases healthy chemicals into our systems and hiking in unfamiliar territory forces us to practice balance and forethought.

At Satori Pathway we educate families on the dementia journey. We also help assess the needs of the Alzheimer or dementia client. We will answer questions and try to create a care plan covered by Medicare.

Please call me …do you know what drink helps the brain because it helps the heart?

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All the kids I know,including myself,are happy those elves are ageless and can remember what our wishes are for Christmas.I remember hanging almost upside on the stairway with my sisters Christmas Eve night trying to “catch” Santa or the elves bringing our gifts.

If a family member has Alzheimer’s’ remembering the old days is not as difficult as remembering how to bake Christmas cookies from a recipe.Losing the ability to process is baffling and frustrating for the person losing memory and for the family.Please call 779-537-5249-or commen.Satori Pathway is here for families with these issueelvess.

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75% of the Time Satori Is With People

I am with people in their home,or on the phone listening to them, 75 percent of the work day.People with dementia,or their loved ones, have lots of questions about the disease process.Satori is a group of professionals that educate,resource,listen,nurse,and provide support through all the stages of dementia.Satori has lots of experience and knowledge Ky I-75with the unusual dementias and of course with Alzheimer’s.

I love having the opportunity to make the journey a bit easier for these family members.One woman spoke with me on the phone a few weeks ago and SHE was actually the patient,When we first visited her she could not speak and she could barely shuffle across their kitchen floor.I am smiling right now remembering her voice.That is the most important thing…witnessing people get better and have joy again.

Call me and tell me about your experience with helping people get resources for dementia.779-537-5249 or815-395-2157.Please comment also.

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Blue Moon 1959-1963

My sister Brenda is 5yrs. older than me…we shared the dormer in our bungalow where you could hear her collections of Motown,the Beatles and classic rock.Music is embedded deep in our memory.One of the lasting abilities elderly patients have is to remember music and lyrics.They might not know their grandchild by name but they can sing a song and dance to a song from their 20’s and 30’s.Satori Pathway helps family and caregivers find a way to make a challenging day with a dementia patient fun and spontaneous at some point.

Please call me at Satori with any questions about dementia or Alzheimer’s.779-537-5249

I would love to hear about your musical memories.

I love music abd old people.

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2 Special Guests-Who Are You?

Someone should show up to our group that I have not met yet…our leader said two new people are coming to blog.I enjoy meeting new people and learning new things.Conversing and reading are two activities that keep sparking our brains.People who are displaying signs of dementia- early symptoms or mid-stage symptoms-are sometimes  kept from visiting socially, because of the family’s inappropriate shame regarding the patient.At SatoriPathway we try to educate and answer any questions regarding methods for staying guest_parking_signas social as possible.Please call or comment about any experience that you have had with meeting new people or trying to deal with the challenges of a family member with dementia.

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