Alzheimer's & Dementia Care
Alzheimer's Disease: Dealing with Difficult Behavior
More than 16 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias.
Identifying the Early Signs/Symptoms of Alzheimer’s
It should come as no surprise that the world of Alzheimer’s research and awareness is as big as it currently is.
Alzheimer’s in Seniors & Treatments
When we think of Alzheimer’s disease, it isn’t uncommon to picture someone who, in the midst of conversing, forgets his or her train of thought, or has trouble remembering a recent event.
Good Nutrition and Its Impact on Alzheimer's Disease
Many seniors are faced with a growing number of health problems as they age. One particularly concerning disease is Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is a progressive, incurable, fatal disease that usually strikes the elderly but can occur in people as young as age 40.
Non-Medical Suggestions for Alzheimer's Care and Dementia Care
Alzheimer's care and dementia care can be made less frustrating for the caregiver and the person being cared for with a better understanding of and respect for the feelings of confusion, agitation and anxiety experienced by a person with these conditions.
Having the Conversation about Alzheimer’s
Needing to have a talk about Alzheimer's disease or memory loss with a parent can be a daunting task for many adult children. For seniors, the idea of being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease can trigger fear, anxiety, or even grief.