How Is Alzheimer’s Treated? This Is What You Need to Know

2021-01-07T10:11:40-09:00

In a society where intelligence is paramount, and everything else subjugated to it, being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s can be a devastating blow. Not only to the person diagnosed but also to everyone associated with him/her. If you are one of those people taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s, then you might be wondering how [...]

How Is Alzheimer’s Treated? This Is What You Need to Know2021-01-07T10:11:40-09:00

This Is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia

2020-12-03T17:59:40-09:00

When you notice an older adult is going through mental changes, you will pinpoint the issues to being either Alzheimer’s or dementia. Over 5 million people in the US 65 and up have Alzheimer’s. Dementia is a major factor for dependency among senior citizens, affecting more than 50 million people across the globe. If someone [...]

This Is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia2020-12-03T17:59:40-09:00

All About Alzheimer’s: What Are the 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s?

2020-12-12T12:48:02-09:00

All About Alzheimer’s: What Are the 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s? Are you worried a loved one might be suffering with Alzheimer’s? It is important that anyone suffering with Alzheimer’s gets the right help when they need it. This will let them continue to live comfortable and fulfilled lives . But most of us don’t know [...]

All About Alzheimer’s: What Are the 7 Stages of Alzheimer’s?2020-12-12T12:48:02-09:00

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease – Common Misconceptions and Misunderstandings

2020-11-23T10:53:56-09:00

Today there are about fifty million people in the world living with dementia. Dementia is the umbrella term given to the set of symptoms caused by various diseases, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. Unfortunately, despite ongoing research and investigation into this illness, the number of people dealing with it is expected to rise to over one [...]

Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease – Common Misconceptions and Misunderstandings2020-11-23T10:53:56-09:00

Mental Health Among Seniors

2020-12-24T02:13:52-09:00

Many common mental health challenges tend to increase slowness and forgetfulness, especially for aging elderly. There are various reasons for why our mental health problems can increase with aging. Such reasons may include biological and psychological changes that cause difficulties with information processing, to social and behavioral changes that are related to children leaving home. [...]

Mental Health Among Seniors2020-12-24T02:13:52-09:00

living with dementia

2020-07-03T18:33:52-08:00

Have you experienced those glimmers in the eyes of your loved ones living with dementia? It's such a joyous moment to "see" them once again. Or brighten up about a song they remember, or a memory they've found. Gratefulness in those moments.....<3 #Alzheimers Awareness   saving you The darkness takes him over, the sickness pulls [...]

living with dementia2020-07-03T18:33:52-08:00

Living (and loving) with dementia

2020-12-16T12:17:33-09:00

A simple creed that can sometimes be hard to follow. But important nonetheless to remind ourselves how to engage with our most loved family members living with dementia. Agree, Redirect, Distract, Reassure, Reminisce, Repeat, Ask Agree - never argue Redirect - never reason Distract - never shame Reassure - never lecture Reminisce - never say [...]

Living (and loving) with dementia2020-12-16T12:17:33-09:00

“Two Mothers Remembered” by Joann Snow Duncanson

2020-11-23T10:53:44-09:00

"Two Mothers Remembered" by Joann Snow Duncanson I had two Mothers – two Mothers I claim Two different people, yet with the same name. Two separate women, diverse by design, But I loved them both because they were mine. The first was the Mother who carried me here, Gave birth and nurtured and launched my [...]

“Two Mothers Remembered” by Joann Snow Duncanson2020-11-23T10:53:44-09:00

What is Dementia?

2020-07-03T18:00:57-08:00

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, dementia is a general term for a decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Memory loss is an example. Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia. Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain [...]

What is Dementia?2020-07-03T18:00:57-08:00

Can we protect ourselves from Alzheimer’s Disease?

2020-11-23T10:53:43-09:00

As our lifespan increases, Americans are facing an epidemic. It’s a disease that first steals a person’s memory, then continues to diminish his or her life until death. This degenerative brain disease is Alzheimer’s. In the U.S., it claims a person’s brain every 70 seconds. So is there any way to protect ourselves? Medical experts [...]

Can we protect ourselves from Alzheimer’s Disease?2020-11-23T10:53:43-09:00
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