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Category: Alzheimer’s Care

April 9, 2018

How to Keep Someone With Alzheimer’s Safe at Home

Home safety tips for Alzheimer’s to keep your loved one safe and secure Alzheimer’s may rob a person of their …

March 13, 2018

What You Can Do About Dementia

Research based tips on fighting dementia Your doctor’s voice drops to that tone we all save for delivering bad news. …

December 27, 2017

How to Communicate With A Loved One Who Has Alzheimer’s

Five tips for effectively communicating with someone with Alzheimer’s Communicating effectively with a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be challenging …

December 8, 2017

7 Holiday Activities to do With a Loved One Who Has Alzheimer’s

How to Enjoy the Holidays While Caring for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s How are you doing? How are you …

November 30, 2017

Can Regular Exercise Protect Against Alzheimer’s Disease?

New research suggests moderate exercise may help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s As more drug trials for Alzheimer’s disease fail …

October 30, 2017

Ten Brain-Stimulating Activities that May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s

New research reveals the key to improving brain health Research continues to prove that brain stimulating activities and habits can …

October 19, 2017

4 Ways to Make Your Brain More Resilient to the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Simple lifestyle modifications may help to improve brain resiliency and combat the early signs of Alzheimer’s The early symptoms of …

September 21, 2017

The Underlying Challenges of Caring For Those with Alzheimer’s

  Alzheimer’s caregiving is one of the most difficult challenges a person can face. This piece will review the various …

August 30, 2017

The Foundations of Mindful Alzheimer’s Care

The Presence Care Project helps caregivers reduce stress and improve care

August 16, 2017

What Alzheimer’s Caregivers Should Know About the Role of Traumatic Brain Injuries

The latest discovery in Alzheimer’s disease research is that middle-aged adults who suffer traumatic brain injury (TBI) may have a higher risk of developing dementia in later years. Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland have been investigating this connection and found that a majority of brain injury victims were also at greater risk for developing dementia later in life.

July 11, 2017

Three Things to Know About Early Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Scientists and physicians are still working on ways to accurately diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. Although the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease like forgetfulness, wandering and the inability to recognize loved ones are well known, they are not considered a clinical diagnosis. As it stands now, that can only be obtained after death.

July 5, 2017

Four Surprising Early Signs of Alzheimer’s

Many of us know the classic signs of Alzheimer’s disease like losing things, forgetting how to conduct simple tasks like boiling water or making a phone call, and losing the ability to recognize loved ones. They can be subtle, but if you spend time with your loved one and you are aware of these signs, you will recognize them as they slowly emerge. Then you can seek early diagnosis and support for your loved one.