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July 2015
Vol., 1, Issue 6
Oasis is a specialized facility just for individuals with dementia.  We begin with the firm belief that individuals with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia deserve, and in fact, require more than what is provided in a general nursing care facility to achieve the fullest quality of life.

We have a 6:1 resident-to-staff ratio which allows us to provide resident-centered care in many ways:

  • Engage residents physically, mentally, and socially based on different interests
  • 31,000 square ft building allows space for flexibility in activities
  • Numerous activities within small or large groups as well as individual
  • Monitored and secured 24/7
  • Private studio apartments per residents
  • Two secured courtyards for gardening and outdoor activity

With our carefully designed facility we are able to provide a higher level of care and help your loved one stay engaged and enjoy a better quality of life!

Phone: 812.303.3310

Visit Us Online: OasisDementiaCare.com


In The Community

Oasis Support Group:

  • July 7th at 3:30pm
  • July 21st at 5:30pm

Walk to End Alzheimer's

When? September 19th, 2015

Where? Old National Bank in downtown Evansville, IN

Why? To join the nation's largest event to bring awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer's Disease.

How? Follow the link below to join our team, Oasis Dementia Care. 


divider2.pngJune Recipe:

Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffin


  • 12 1/2 oz. cake flour
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • heavy pinch salt
  • 1 c. sugar
  • 1/2 c. vegetable oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup yogurt
  • 1.5 c. fresh bluberries
  • vegetable spray for muffin tins


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Blueberries provide Nutrients Beneficial to Memory Function  

BlueberriesJuly is National Blueberry Month, so we’re taking a look at the important role of blueberries in a brain-healthy diet.  We always hear blueberries are a good source of antioxidants but what does this mean really?  Antioxidants reduce damage of toxic substances called free radicals in the brain, which is a major contribute to cognitive decline.  To be clear, making blueberries part of your well-balanced diet cannot stop or prevent memory loss but they can potentially help lower your risk for memory problems as well as slow the progression once memory loss strikes. 


divider2.pngJournaling, the Stress Reducer 


Caregivers, as part of taking care of yourself, journaling is an excellent way for stress relief, self-expression and a release of emotions. It can be a challenge to find someone who can empathize the daily challenges you encounter along with the array of feelings that you don't ask for.  Journaling to yourself or to someone else is an excellent way to express yourself when it is hard to otherwise. 


A Place for Mom provides an excellent blog on how caregivers can get started journaling and ten benefits of journaling. 

divider2.pngIs it Time to make some Lifestyle Changes?

According to alz.org there is  new research concluding that certain lifestyle changes help reduce risk of cognitive decline.

Certain healthy behaviors known to combat cancer, cardiovascular disease and diabetes may also reduce the risk of cognitive decline.  Healthy behaviors include staying mentally active, engaging in regular physical activitiy, eating a heart-healthy diet, and social engagment. 

The Alzheimer's Association offers 10 ways to Love Your Brain, tips that may reduce the risk of cognitive decline. 



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