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Category: Alzheimer’s Care Articles
Alzheimer’s disease remains the most common form of dementia. In the United States, there are currently an estimated 5.5 million Americans living with this disease, and if there are no disease modifying drugs developed, it may increase to 16 million by 2050.
By Scott TenBroeck I think about the great lyrics of certain songs and how they speak differently to people. The… Read more »
By Lisa Wilhelm, Heartland Village Leader, Elmroft, Little Avenue When you find yourself caring for a person with dementia one… Read more »
Alzheimer Disease Research Trials to help future generations By M. Reza Bolouri, MD Alzheimer’s Memory Center Alzheimer’s disease is the… Read more »
Dementia Care Planning is a Family Affair by Dr. Macie Smith, CEO, Diversified Training Consultants Group Worldwide, more than 47… Read more »
by Joy Gerardi Edna, you have Alzheimer’s. I watched my Mom release a huge sigh. It was as if a weight was… Read more »
Several recent studies reveal a clear link between hearing loss and dementia. Thankfully additional research has shown that diseases like Alzheimer’s…
by The Rev. Julie Carter Schaaf, Interim Pastor, Nazareth Presbyterian Church, Moore, SC A tourist, tramping around in the villages… Read more »
What it is and How to Cope with it by Teresa Nix, President/Co-Owner Comfort Keepers Sundowning is a symptom of… Read more »