Alzheimer’s is a complex condition that often presents overwhelming issues for those providing care. As the disease continues into later stages, those with Alzheimer’s become increasingly
Picture how it would feel to awaken in an unfamiliar location, not able to remember how you arrived there or even what your name is.
“How on earth could you think that I have dementia? There is not a thing wrong with me!” If an aging loved one with dementia
Agitation is among the more difficult outcomes of Alzheimer’s, and may be frustrating for family members to help a senior loved one control. One of
“It takes a village” was never a more accurate statement than when taking care of an older loved one. It’s important for that “village” to
Looking after a person you love with dementia is obviously nothing to laugh about. Nonetheless, research is frequently pointing to the benefits associated with humor,
After 16 long years without any truly viable treatment options for Alzheimer’s, there is some optimism on the horizon in a stunning reversal on the