Category: Alzheimer’s Disease

How to Advocate for Aging Parents Effectively

Trusting someone you love to be cared for by someone else is never easy, especially for a senior family member. Whether at home or in a facility, you’ll have questions that need to be answered. You’ll also want to be prepared to advocate for your loved one to proactively manage any potential problems and also […]

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Is Safely Living Alone with Dementia Possible?

There has been an assumption that once someone was given a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of progressive dementia, the only real option was nursing home care. After all, it is not possible for someone with cognitive decline to continue to reside at home, particularly if they live alone – or is it? […]

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Research About Alzheimer’s Reveals Unexpected New Information

If there is one constant thing in the race to unravel the mystery of Alzheimer’s, it is change. It seems as if whenever medical researchers start to get a grasp on a single piece, emerging data shifts their hypotheses in an alternative direction. That is most certainly the case with the incredible new understanding in […]

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