Alzheimer's and Dementia
Expert advice and tested tips for the 15 million Americans who are providing Alzheimer’s care and dementia care. Learn how to spot the warning signs, handle…
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It's almost that time of the year again. While some people look forward to an extra hour of sleep, dementia patients and dementia caregivers may have a more difficult time adapting to daylight savings.
"When a senior develops Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, it impacts their whole family—even the youngest members." Read these tips on how to explain Alzheimer's to children.
In honor of World Alzheimer's Day ~ “Love is not a memory, it’s a feeling in the heart and soul; never to be forgotten. This disease can take away almost everything, but not the love.” --Michele, an Alzheimer’s caregiver Download your free Alzheimer’s Caregiving Guide to discover insights from caregivers and patients: http://www.agingcare.com/eBook/Alzheimers
Sundowner's Syndrome, or sundowning, in people with Alzheimer's disease causes sadness, agitation and fear during sunrise or sunset.
Choosing a new home for an elderly parent with dementia requires some additional research. It is important for caregivers to keep in mind… - AgingCare.com
Tips for bathing someone with Alzheimer's disease who may be forgetting to bathe or be afraid of the water. - AgingCare.com
It is well known that some friends and family may make themselves scarce following a serious diagnosis. Dementia is unique, though, in that…AgingCare.com
How do you know if your parent has Alzheimer's disease or dementia? The most common and widely known symptom is memory loss, but there are…AgingCare.com