Coping with Difficult Alzheimer’s Behaviors
Difficult Alzheimer’s behaviors include anger, agitation, and paranoia. These ten strategies can help you cope with changes your loved one may be facing.
Understanding Early-Onset Alzheimer’s
Don’t let early-onset Alzheimer’s go undiagnosed. Doctors often don’t focus on dementia in people under 65 but here’s how you can.
Alzheimer’s Facts You Might Not Know but Should
There are a lot of myths surrounding Alzheimer’s. Here are 10 facts about Alzheimer’s that aren’t as well known and will help you get educated about the disease.
What to Expect in Each of the Stages of Alzheimer’s
Understand the common symptoms for each stage of Alzheimer’s so that you can provide the best care to your loved one throughout the journey.
What’s On Your Loved One’s Plate? Nutrition Tips for Seniors with Alzheimer’s
These nutrition tips for Alzheimer’s disease will help you learn what to watch for in your loved one’s eating habits and how to address issues that may arise.
20 Ways to Improve Communication with a Loved One with Alzheimer’s
This list of Alzheimer’s communication tips can apply during any stage and will help you effectively engage with a sense of insight and compassion.
What is Late-Onset Alzheimer’s and How Can You Defend Against It?
Learn more about what late-onset Alzheimer’s is and what steps you can take today to help protect your brain’s health tomorrow.
How a Blood Test Might Lead to Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease
Worried Alzheimer’s runs in the genes? Learn how a new blood test is showing promise for early detection of Alzheimer’s before symptoms even begin.
Immunity and Alzheimer’s: Your Brain’s Healing Process
How does our brain’s immune system impact our risk for Alzheimer’s disease? This recent research explores the connection between immunity and Alzheimer’s.
The Latest Alzheimer’s Research and the Search for a Cure
These ten Alzheimer’s research topics are paving the way for new methods of prevention and treatment. Learn which you should pay attention to.
How to Spot the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s
Protect the health, happiness, and safety of a loved one by checking for these 12 early signs of Alzheimer’s, including changes in speech, mood, and more.
How to Maintain Independence while Living with Alzheimer’s
Living independently with Alzheimer’s is possible with these four strategies. Prepare in advance so you or a loved one stay independent after a diagnosis.