Peter Mangiola, Senior Health and Wellness Expert, Announces the Publication of Memory Matters, the First in a Series of Cognitive Health Articles Affecting Senior Health

Ebook covers signs of cognitive disorders and dementia.

Manchester, NJ, September 06, 2013 --( Senior Health and Wellness expert Peter Mangiola, RN, MSN, marketing director for Senior Helpers of Ocean and Burlington Counties, announced the release of his first in a series of senior cognitive anthologies, Memory Matters.

The anthology of articles covers many of the cognitive issues children of aging parents have to address, especially, memory issues.

Mangiola addresses a myriad of topics which come under senior cognitive health, such as:
- What Causes Loss of Memory?
- How to Enhance Memory
- The Best Memory Techniques for Seniors
- 4 Unexpected Causes of Memory Loss

The First Signs of Dementia
Senior cognitive health will become a major health issue as the Boomer Generation enters retirement.

This is still a developing area, and consequently, in order to maximize an individual’s cognitive health, special attention is a must.

The articles cover a number of cognitive areas including the basic signs of dementia:
- Memory loss
- Impaired judgment
- Difficulty communicating
- Difficulty with complex tasks
- Difficulty with abstract thinking, planning and organizing
- Difficulty with coordination, gait, and motor functions
- Problems with disorientation, such as getting lost
- Forgetting what time or year it is
- Neglect of personal care and safety
- Personality changes
- Inability to reason
- Inappropriate behavior
- Paranoia
- Agitation
- Hallucinations

Free Ebook
For a copy of Peter Mangiola’s ebook, Memory Matters, contact Peter’s office @ 732-657-3600.

Peter Mangiola speaks and consults on a regular basis to senior citizen facilities, group homes and church groups. He strives to serve seniors by informing them and their families about resources, and mistakes to avoid when the elderly become limited in their choices by either health or cognitive issues.
Peter Mangiola, a registered nurse, received his degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in 1980, and since has served in Emergency, Recovery, Cardiac Care, and Electrophysiology departments, including three years as an Oncology Director and eight years as Charge Nurse for a cardiovascular nursing unit.

Mr. Mangiola worked with several major hospitals as a traveling Registered Nurse, including:
- Temple University Hospital

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
The Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania
Mr. Mangiola was motivated by his own journey of recovery from a near-death car accident when he was a boy. Since that potentially disastrous event, his passion for health and systems that engender wellness have captured and driven his career and life. Mr. Mangiola is a sought-after public speaker, presenting to many senior organizations throughout the state, and has recently partnered with ShopRite’s Wellness Fair with his Eat Drink Think: Lifestyles with Health in Mind.

The ebook is available for download online at his website,, which includes the book, videos, and Peter Mangiola’s speaking calendar.

If you are a director or board member of a senior citizen organization or church or synagogue, and would like to have Peter Mangiola come to speak to your group for an hour or so for the purpose of educating your members or residents on topics of senior wellness and health, please contact Anthony DiMaio at 917-449-1177.
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