Alzheimer's & Dementia Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26

Delay Alzheimer's by Drinking 3 Cups of Coffee a Day?
Learn about the benefits of coffee for cognition, and why it might be (besides caffeine) that your brain loves coffee.

How Vitamin D Helps Your Brain
Interested in reducing your risk for dementia? Studies show that adequate levels of certain vitamins may promote brain health.

Does Caffeine Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer's Disease?
Is that cup of coffee good for you or not? Here's what research says about coffee, caffeine, your brain and the risk of dementia.

Does Caffeine Improve Your Memory?
Need to justify that caffeine habit? This may help, although it might not apply to that daily soda you guzzle by noon.

Does an Apple a Day Keep Dementia Away?
Are apples just tasty snacks, or might they play an important role in our brain?

Does One Type of Physical Exercise Best Prevent & Slow Alzheimer's?
Physical exercise is good for the body and the brain, but have you ever wondered what type of exercise gives your brain the most benefit?

Falls in Dementia: Root Cause Analysis & Interventions
When someone with dementia falls, using root cause analysis can help determine the true cause of the fall and find effective interventions.

Does Curcumin Keep Your Brain Healthy?
Interested in preventing and treating dementia more effectively? Learn about the benefits curcumin (a common curry spice) has shown in research.

Does Alzheimer's Disease Affect Your Ability to Walk?
Alzheimer's affects more than just the ability to remember things. Another ability that can be affected- sometimes very early in the disease- is walking.

Capgras Syndrome in Lewy Body Dementia: He May Think Your're an Imposter
Does your loved one with Lewy body dementia think you're an imposter at times? Learn more about Capgras syndrome and how to respond to it.

Delirium: Higher Mortality Rate and Risk of Dementia
Delirium can significantly impact both the immediate and long-term health of people. Understand its symptoms, risks and non-drug approaches.

Differences in 3 D's- Delirium, Dementia and Depression
Have you heard of the 3 D's? Delirium, dementia and depression can be difficult to tell apart, but accurate diagnosis can make a world of difference.

Can a Spinal Tap Help Predict Alzheimer's Disease?
Learn how lumbar punctures may help in identifying those at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease in the future.

Elaborative Rehearsal: A Better Way to Memorize
Need to memorize some information? You might want to change how you spend your time rehearsing it.

Conversation Starters for Talking with People with Dementia
Not sure what to talk about when you visit a loved one with dementia? Here's a list of conversation starters to consider when spending time together.

The Geriatric Depression Scale
Learn what the Geriatric Depression Scale is, how it's administered, and how effective it is in measuring depression in older adults.

How Accurate is BIMS with Identifying Dementia?
Got a loved one in a nursing home? Learn what kind of assessment the BIMS is, how it's scored and what a decline in score might mean.

6 Ways Physical Exercise Helps People with Alzheimer's
Exercise is typically thought of as something that reduces the risk of dementia, but it can also provide several benefits for those fighting dementia.

Alzheimer's Disease and Word-Finding Difficulties
Have you ever experienced that tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon? That's a frequent frustration for many people, especially in dementia. Here's how to help.

Would a Dementia Unit Benefit My Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease?
As you research and choose a long term care facility for your loved one, you may come across some facilities that have special dementia care units. Learn what factors to consider as you decide what would be most beneficial for your family member.

Coconut Oil: Effective in Treating Alzheimer's Disease?
There's quite a bit of information circulating about using coconut oil to treat and prevent Alzheimer's disease. Is it truth or myth?

Dementia Screening Tool - The Trail Making Test
Learn what the Trail Making Test consists of, how Part A differs from Part B, how it's scored and how it's used to screen people for dementia.

A Dementia Caregiver's Wish List
Ever wonder what you can do to support and encourage a dementia caregiver? Try these 9 practical gifts to put a smile on their face.

How to Manage Challenging Behaviors in Alzheimer's
Frustrated? Learn how to manage the challenging behaviors associated with Alzheimer's disease by understanding and using the A-B-C Behavior Chain.

When Reversible Medical Conditions Look Like Alzheimer's Disease
If you think your loved one may have Alzheimer's, it's important to obtain an accurate diagnosis because the cause may be a reversible disorder. Learn about reversible medical conditions that can look like Alzheimer's, such as pseudodementia, thyroid problems, dehydration, malnutrition, infections, and medication problems.

Should You Lie to Someone With Alzheimer's Disease?
Many caregivers wonder whether it's OK to lie to someone with Alzheimer's disease when they find that trying to convince their relatives of the truth isn't working. Find out whether lying is OK under certain circumstances.

How Caregivers Can Cope With a Financial Crisis
If you're a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer's disease or another dementia, it's natural to be concerned about the current financial crisis.

Enhancing Nutrition in Late-Stage Alzheimer's Disease
People with late-stage Alzheimer's disease are at higher risk for malnutrition. Learn strategies can help him or her eat and drink safely.

When Depression Looks Like Alzheimer's or Dementia
When depression creates cognitive symptoms that look like Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia, it's often referred to as pseudodementia. Learn the differences between depression and Alzheimer's and how medical professionals can distinguish between the two.

What Are the Possile Causes of Hallucinations in Alzheimer's?
Why is she hallucinating? Many times, it's because Alzheimer's disease causes brain changes, but other conditions can cause hallucinations as well.

Types of Diseases That Can Cause Dementia
Alzheimer's is the most common cause of dementia -- in fact, almost two-thirds of dementia cases are due to Alzheimer's disease. However, a host of other conditions can also cause dementia, including vascular dementia, Lewy body disease, HIV/AIDS, normal pressure hydrocephalus, Wernicke Korsakoff syndrome, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Pick's disease, Parkinson's disease, head trauma, and Huntington's disease.

Take a Class
Taking a class can stimulate your brain now and perhaps give you a boost for the future, as well.

Memorization
Memorizing information is one way to give our brains a great workout.

Brain Power: 12 Fun Ways to Keep Your Mind Sharp
Physical exercise is one of the most effective ways to exercise our brains. Here are 12 tips to get you started.

Socialization
Need another reason to get together with your friends? It's great exercise for your brain!

Volunteering
Got a little time? Share it with others by volunteering. The socialization and cognitive exercise can benefit you, even while you're helping others.

Learn Another Language
Learning another language is a mental exercise that can pay high dividends in brain functioning.

Play a Musical Instrument
Research has shown that music is an effective and beautiful tool to stretch our brains.

Play Games
One way to stretch our brains is to play games. Have fun!

Read a Book
Need Something to Do? Read a Book and Stretch Your Brain.

Do Puzzles
Puzzles are a great way to exercise your mind. Think of puzzles as 10 mental push-ups.

Travel
Stretch your mind by (literally) broadening your horizons.

Calculate Math Problems
The old adage

What's the Difference Between Delirium and Dementia?
Here's a practical guide outlining the differences between dementia and delirium, as well as tips on how to spot delirium in someone who has dementia.

How Alzheimer's Disease Can Cause Odd Sexual Behavior
Alzheimer's Disease can cause disconcerting sexual, or seemingly sexual behavior. Here's what to look out for and how to manage it.

Who Are the SuperAgers?
SuperAgers? No, they can't fly through the sky, but they CAN keep up with people decades younger than them, in terms of their memory.

The Late Stages of Alzheimer's Disease
The late stages of Alzheimer's are a time of slowing down compared to earlier stages, when behavioral symptoms are more prominent. Still, it's important to know about late-stage symptoms and how to provide optimal care in regard to nutrition, bowel and bladder issues, immobility, infections and illnesses, and pain and comfort. Learn about the late stages of Alzheimer's disease.

The Causes and Symptoms of Vascular Dementia
Learn about the prevalence, causes, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of vascular dementia.

Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) and Alzheimer's
Taking about 10 minutes to complete, the MMSE measures several aspects of cognition. Its scores can help identify Alzheimer's or another dementia.

The Dangers of Restraints for People with Dementia
Learn about the risks of using restraints for people who have dementia, as well as some compassionate and effective alternatives to this practice.

Does Lewy Body Dementia Have Stages? How Does It Progress?
Here's what to expect as Lewy body dementia progresses from the early to middle and then the later stages.

Understanding the MoCA Score
Here's what the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) consists of, how it screens for dementia, and what the different score ranges mean for you.

Ultrasound Reverses Effects of Alzheimer's in Mice
Learn about new research that's being called a 'breakthrough' in how we may be able to treat Alzheimer's disease.

What Causes Alzheimer's Disease? Risk Factors
While scientists are still trying to determine what causes Alzheimer's, they have found several factors that increase a person's risk for the disease.

What Is Cerebral (Brain) Atrophy?
What is cerebral atrophy? Learn what causes it as well as how you can prevent or even reverse brain shrinkage.

Does the Mediterranean Diet Impact Brain Health and Memory?
Does what you eat make a difference? Learn what research says about how a Mediterranean diet can affect cognitive functioning and risk for dementia.

Study Highlights Risk of Haloperidol (Haldol) and Dementia
Learn what the research on Haldol (haloperidol), an older antipsychotic medication, shows for nursing home patients with dementia.

How the Mini-Cog Is Used to Screen for Alzheimer's
The Mini-Cog is a rapid Alzheimer's screening test that takes only 3-5 minutes to administer. It combines 3-item recall with the clock-drawing test.

The Truth Behind Senior Moments
Learn what causes senior moments, how they differ from Alzheimer's disease and how to manage these moments so that they become only occasional annoyances.

How Is Working Memory Affected by Alzheimer's?
Finally, a clear explanation of what working memory is, how it's affected by Alzheimer's and other dementias, and how it may be able to be improved.

Will the Method of Loci Mnemonic Improve Your Memory?
This mnemonic strategy helps many types of learners be able to more effectively memorize and recall information.

Women Have Higher Risk for Faster Cognitive Decline
Studies are shedding light on why approximately 2/3 of people with dementia are women, and it's not just because they live longer than men on average.

Why Do We Forget Things? Causes of Memory Loss
The causes of memory loss range from simply being distracted to Alzheimer's disease. Learn about the different reasons we forget information.

Why Arguing with People Who Have Dementia Backfires
Ever try to convince someone through using a logical argument? Here's why this won't work in dementia, and what to do instead.

What Is White Matter in the Brain?
What's the matter with the white matter in your brain? Find out what white matter is and how science is connecting it to dementia and brain health.

What Is the MIS (Memory Impairment Screen)?
Interested in a simple, quick and effective way to test memory? The MIS takes only four minutes and can indicate if more testing for Alzheimer's is warranted.

What Is the Digit Symbol Test?
Learn how the digit symbol coding test can be used to assess cognition as well as predict the chances of developing dementia.

Can the Proverb Interpretation Test Screen for Dementia?
Learn what is meant by proverb interpretation and how it is affected by Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.

What Is Sundowning and Which Non-Drug Interventions Help?
Learn more about what causes sundowning in dementia and which interventions (other than medications) can help reduce this behavior.

Thomas Kitwood's Person-Centered Care: A Better Approach in Dementia
Thomas Kitwood emphasized the person-centered care approach. Here's what that really means, and how it can help improve the quality of life in dementia.

What Does Dementia Mean? How Is It Different than Alzheimer's?
What does the term

What Is Cognition? How Is It Affected by Dementia?


What ApoE 4 Has to Do With Alzheimer’s Disease
Find out about one of the genetic variants of Alzheimer’s disease, apolipoprotein E, or ApoE, and whether there is a test for it.

Weight Resistance Training May Slow Brain Deterioration
It's not too late. Learn how weight training affected people whose brains already showed some deterioration in their white matter.

Increase Your Understanding through a Virtual Dementia Tour
Want to increase your understanding of Alzheimer's, as well as your empathy? Here's a creative way to experience a few of the challenges of dementia.

The Verbal Fluency Test and How It Screens for Dementia
The verbal fluency test is one of the quickest ways to screen for dementia. Learn how to administer, score and interpret the results of this simple test.

The Power of Music Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease
Learn more about using music for those living with dementia, as well as how our memory for music can be different than our memory for words.

Your Guide to Coping with Urinary and Fecal Incontinence in Dementia
Learn some simple ways to prevent and respond to urinary and fecal incontinence in Alzheimer's disease and other kinds of dementia.

Traveling with Dementia: Try these Tips for Success
Going to bring your mom- who is living with dementia- on a trip with you? Try these tips to facilitate less stressful travel for all involved.

Can Too Many Medications Cause Symptoms of Dementia?
Learn about the risk of too many medications (often defined as more than 5) and how drug interactions can cause symptoms of delirium and dementia.

Tips for Visiting People in Middle Stage Alzheimer's
Not sure how to visit a loved one in the middle stages of Alzheimer's? Maybe you're wondering what to talk about or how to respond to a confused friend. Review these 10 suggestions for a positive, encouraging visit.

How Does Dementia Affect Long-Term Memory?
What is the long-term memory, and how Alzheimer's disease affects its functioning? What's the best way to respond to memory loss in others?

10 Things Not to Say to Caregivers
We mean well, but when someone is in the midst of being a caregiver, are there things we shouldn't say to them? Learn a few phrases to avoid in your efforts to encourage caregivers.

How to Handle Leaving a Loved One with Dementia After Visiting Her
Does your loved one become upset, tearful, anxious or angry when you're leaving after a visit? Here are 5 things you can do to help this transition.

Prognosis and Average Life Expectancy of a Person with Alzheimer's
Read about the prognosis and life expectancy of a person diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and whether or not this is considered a fatal condition.

Validation Therapy vs. Reality Orientation for Alzheimer's
Validation therapy: What is it and does it work? Learn more about using validation with people who have dementia.

Saint Louis University Mental Status Examination SLUMS
The Saint Louis University Mental Status Examination (SLUMS) may be especially helpful in the early detection of cognitive impairment.

Keep Your Brain Sharp by Eating Green Leafy Vegetables
Need a reason to choose that salad for lunch? How about this? Participants who ate green leafy vegetables saw a significant improvement in their memory.

Study: Dance, Garden, or Cycle to Reduce Dementia Risk
Think you have to sweat it out at a gym to reduce your dementia risk? Think again. Research suggests you just need to keep moving to improve brain health.

Pros and Cons of IV Fluids for Hydration in Late-Stage Dementia
Are you worried that your loved one is suffering from thirst? Learn about the risks and benefits of intravenous fluids for hydration in late-stage dementia.

The Connection between Sleep Apnea and Alzheimer's Risk
Do you snore or stop breathing when you sleep? If so, learn how this affects your likelihood of Alzheimer's and how you can reverse that risk.

The Dangers of Hip Fractures in Dementia
Learn how prevalent hip fractures are in people with dementia, the prognosis for recovery, and how you can help prevent falls and fractures.

Here's how to Distinguish between Normal Forgetfulness and Alzheimer's
Worried about memory loss? Some forgetfulness can be normal as you age, while others signs should trigger a doctor's visit. Here's the difference.

Improving Bodily Function in Late-Stage Alzheimer's Disease
If you notice changes in your loved one's bowel and bladder function, it could be an acute (brief yet severe) medical problem, or it could simply be due to late-stage Alzheimer's. Learn strategies to improve your loved one's bowel and bladder function.

What to Expect in the Late Stages of Alzheimer's Disease
Learn what to expect in mental and physical functioning as Alzheimer's disease progresses into its late stages- also called

7 Tips for How to Talk With Someone Who Has Dementia
Are you confused about how to talk with someone who has Alzheimer's disease? Learn some basics about how to approach people who have dementia, including your words, tone of voice and non-verbals.

Research: What Can Standing on 1 Leg Predict about Your Brain?
How long can you stand on one leg? The answer may provide some important information about your brain and memory.

Snoezelen Therapy (a Multi-Sensory Approach) in Alzheimer's Disease
Snoezelen therapy relies on a multi-sensory approach with the goal of relaxing and stimulating effects at the same time. Does it work in Alzheimer's?

Sleep Disorders and Alzheimer's Disease: Causes and Treatments
Up all night? Does your loved one with Alzheimer's struggle with being able to sleep? Here are a few reason why this occurs and what you can do to help.

How the Boston Naming Test Is Used to Test for Dementia
Learn what the Boston Naming Test is, what it measures, how its scored and how effective it is at identifying Alzheimer's and other dementias.

How Important is Age as an Alzheimer's Risk Factor?
Does age really matter, or is it just a number that can be overcome by a healthy lifestyle? Learn the truth about age and risk of Alzheimer's disease.

How Does Dementia Affect Processing Speed?
Ever wonder what is really meant by

How Do the Outdoors Benefit People Living with Dementia?
A breath of fresh air is good for everyone, including people with dementia. Learn about the benefits, barriers and tips to spending time outside.

10 Signs that Your Loved One with Dementia Has an Infection
Is your loved one acting differently? Is she more confused? Look for these 10 symptoms of an infection in Alzheimer's disease or another kids of dementia.

Role of Melatonin in Alzheimer's Disease
Melatonin is a hormone that regulate the sleep-wake cycle. Learn about the potential benefit of melatonin supplementation in Alzheimer's disease.

Helping a Child Whose Grandparent Has Alzheimer's
It's hard for a child to understand Alzheimer's disease, the behaviors that accompany it, and ways to communicate with their affected loved ones.

Research Update: Retinal Imaging Can Detect Early Alzheimer's
Do the eyes have it? Learn what recent research says about diagnosing Alzheimer's disease by scanning the eyes for beta amyloid protein.

Responding to Hallucinations in Lewy Body Dementia
Hallucinations are especially common in Lewy body dementia. However, how you should respond and treat them is different from how you might in Alzheimer's.

Research: Could Nuts Reverse Memory Loss in Alzheimer's?
Is it just a clever ploy and great advertising by the nut industry, or do nuts really help our brains? And if so, is one kind of nuts more effective than another?

Reducing the Risk of Apathy in Dementia
Apathy is often present in dementia. Here's how you can respond to, and hopefully prevent, this behavioral symptom in dementia.

Reducing and Responding to Pacing Behavior in Dementia
Learn more about the causes of pacing in dementia, and how you can respond in a way that relieves his distress.

Tough Questions about Medications for People with Dementia
Sometimes, loved ones with dementia are receiving multiple medications. Ensure that you are aware of each medication and the purpose for which it was prescribed.

Preventing Alzheimer's: Can Concussions Cause Dementia?
Is that bump on the head a cause for concern in the future, or just a momentary headache? Here's what research says about concussions and dementia.

Getting Stuck: Definition of Perseveration Symptom of Alzheimer's
What is the definition of perseveration in Alzheimer's disease? How should you respond to this challenging, repetitious behavior in dementia?

Parkinson's Disease Dementia: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
Learn all about Parkinson's disease dementia (a type of Lewy body dementia), including how common it is, what its symptoms are and how PDD is treated.

Olanzapine (Zyprexa)- An Antipsychotic Medication Used in Dementia
Zyprexa (Olanzapine) is an atypical antispsychotic medication sometimes used to treat delusions and hallucinations that can develop in dementia.

What Is Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus (Water on the Brain)?
Learn about this reportedly under-diagnosed cause of reversible dementia. Know how to spot the symptoms, how it's diagnosed, and how it's treated.

Protect Your Brain from Alzheimer's: Learn Another Language
Want to keep your brain strong and reduce your risk of Alzheimer's disease? According to three different studies, learn another language.

Keyword Mnemonics to Improve Ability to Memorize Facts
Here's how to learn more efficiently and effectively by using the keyword mnemonic method.

Effects of Early, Middle and Late Stage Alzheimer's on Communication
Learn what to expect and what kinds of communication challenges can occur during the early, middle and later stages of Alzheimer's.

Famous People with Alzheimer's Disease and Other Types of Dementia
Alzheimer's does not discriminate when it comes to who is and who is not affected. Here is a list of famous people and celebrities that have dementia.

Cortical and Subcortical Dementias: What's the Difference?
Depending on which part of the brain is suspected as the cause of dementia, the dementia may be classified as either cortical or subcortical.

Ethnic Disparities: How Race Impacts Your Dementia Risk
What are your chances of developing dementia? That depends- in part- on your ethnic background. Here's how race impacts Alzheimer's risk.

Planning a Garden for Persons with Alzheimer's and Other Dementias
Careful planning and designing of a garden for people with Alzheimer's can significantly improve quality of life for those who enjoy this hobby.

Differences between Assisted Living and Nursing Homes: A Comparison
Wondering what's different about an assisted living facility compared to a nursing home? It's clearly broken down for you here.

50 Activity Ideas for Persons Living With Dementia
Meaningful activities are important for quality of life in dementia. Be creative with these 50 activity ideas.

- By Category
An index of categories in the

Should You Use Reality Orientation for People with Dementia?
Learn about the benefits and cautions of using reality orientation as an approach to help reduce confusion in people with dementia.

Alzheimer's Disease Diagnosis -- Procedures and Issues
There is no single test that can definitively diagnosis Alzheimer's disease. However, a qualified physician that completes several diagnostic steps can diagnose Alzheimer's with over 90% accuracy.

Digit Span Test - Screening for Delirium and Dementia
Here's what the digit span test is, how it's conducted, what exactly it measures and if it's accurate in evaluating dementia and delirium.

Alzheimer's Disease -- If You Have Alzheimer's Disease
If you have Alzheimer's, knowledge is the key to effectively living with the disease. Learn how to take care of yourself, stay connected, maintain independence, cope with the day-to-day challenges of the disease, and plan for the future.

Who Was Alois Alzheimer? How Was Alzheimer's Disease Discovered?
Who's the man behind the name? Learn about Alois Alzheimer, what he discovered and why this disease is named after him.

Pioglitazone As Treatment For Alzheimer's disease
Researcher form the Universities of Virginia, Charlottesville and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio have found that diabetes medication Pioglitazone may also be a future treatment for Alzheimer’s disease

Dementia in African American Communities
Alzheimer's disease among African Americans has been described as a silent epidemic. Beyond the acknowledgement that black people have high rates of dementia, more needs to be understood about the concept of dementia and the support available to and within the black community.

Arnold Pick and Pick's Disease
Pick's disease: a form of dementia named after Arnold Pick. Arnold Pick was an modest, intelligent, principled and dignified man who initially studied medicine at Vienna.

What Are Mnemonics and Do They Really Work?
Is it worth your time to use mnemonic strategies when you have to memorize information? Here's what research says.

What Is Gray Matter in the Brain?
Learn what gray matter is, as well as what you can do to increase the amount of it in your brain.

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Alzheimer's Services - Find and Compare Alzheimer's Services
Once you've learned about the different types of services available, use these resources to find and compare services near you.

Who is affected by Alzheimer's Disease?
As populations age, especially in the industrialised nations more and more people will become affected by Alzheimer's disease.

Does my memory problem mean I have Alzheimer's?
If I have memory loss problems does it mean I have Alzheimer’s disease?

Alternative Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease & other Dementias
Alternative Treatments for Alzheimer's Disease & other Dementias

Alzheimer's prevention
Alzheimer's prevention. Treatments, techniques, lifestyle and behavior change, alternative therapies for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease and dementia

Alzheimer's Risk Factors
A comprehensive guide to risk factors for Alzheimer's and Alzheimer's prevention. There are a number of risk factors for Alzheimer's, risk factors that increase your chances of developing Alzheimer's disease, your life style, your genetic makeup/profile, conditions and diseases, hormones, contentious issue of enviornment, age, intelligence, using your brain. Find out about what you can do to reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer's.

The Normal Cerebral Cortex
image normal cerebral cortex

Learning and Memory
In the early stages of Alzheimer's people complain that there memory is not all it used to be.

Planning and Judgement in Alzheimer's
Planning and judgement is affected during the mild stages of Alzheimer's

Speech Problems in Alzheimer's
Speech Problems in Alzheimer's occur during the mild to moderate stages

Orientation
Problems orientation during Alzheimer's - image.

Early Alzheimer's
image of early alzheimer's effects on the brain

Mild to Moderate Alzheimer's
mild to moderate alzheimer's image

Severe Alzheimer's
Image of severe alzheimer's disease

How the brain changes due to Alzheimer's disease
How the brain changes due to Alzheimer's disease. These images provide a guide to the ways the brain is affected during Alzheimer's.

Coping with Challenging Behaviour in Alzheimer's Disease
Understanding and coping with Challenging Behaviour in Alzheimer's Disease.

Financial issues, insurance, benefits, etc for Alzheimer's patients to consider.
Financial issues, insurance, benefits, etc for Alzheimer's patients to consider.

Links and features for people that have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
Links and features for people that have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's resources for kids
Resources and information for kids about Alzheimer's disease, neuroscience and health.

Legal issues with regard to Alzheimer's disease.
Legal issues with regard to Alzheimer's disease.

Information about Medicare
Lots of information that you need to know about Medicare, the basics, the latest.

Medications used in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease
Medications used in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Michigan Alzheimer's Chapters
Alzheimer's Chapters in Michigan

Minnesota Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's in Minnesota.

Missouri Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's in Missouri.

Nebraska Alzheimer's Chapters
Nebraska Alzheimer's Chapters. Find Local support for Alzheimer's.

Nevada Alzheimer's Chapters
Local Support for Alzheimer's. Nevada Alzheimer's Chapters

New Hampshire Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's disease. New Hampshire Alzheimer's Chapters

New Jersey Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's, New Jersey Alzheimer's Chapters.

New Mexico Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's. New Mexico Alzheimer's Chapters

New York Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's disease. New York Alzheimer's Chapters.

North Carolina Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's Disease. North Carolina Alzheimer's Chapters.

North Dakota Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's disease. North Dakota Alzheimer's Chapters

Ohio Alzheimer's Chapters
Ohio Alzheimer's Chapters. Find local support for Alzheimer's disease.

Oklahoma Alzheimer's Chapters
Oklahoma Alzheimer's Chapters. Find local support for Alzheimer's

Oregon Alzheimer's Chapters
Oregon Alzheimer's Chapters. Find local support for Alzheimer's.

Pennysylvania Alzheimer's Chapters
Pennysylvania Alzheimer's Chapters. Find local support for Alzheimer's.

Practical Nursing Care for People with Alzheimer's Disease
Practical Nursing Care for People Alzheimer's Disease

Psychiatric medications used for Alzheimer's
Psychiatric medications used for Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's quizzes
Alzheimer's quizzes. Test your knowledge and understanding of Alzheimer's.

Share your story about Alzheimer's
Share your experience of Alzheimer's. Have you been diagnosed with Alzheimer's? Are you a caregiver or a professional person? Everyone has a story to share.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Alzheimer's garden. My secure garden by Babs
Alzheimer's is a time of change and reflection. Gardens make a wonderful place for colors, textures, seasonal changes. Secure gardens for people with dementia like Alzheimer's are easy to develop.

Signs Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease
Broad range of information about Alzheimer's disease to inform and educate about the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. This information about the signs and symptoms includes a description about the stages through which someone with Alzheimer's may go. Their personality and behavior changes, psychiatric symptoms, physical, cognitive memory changes and deterioration associated with dementia called Alzheimer's.

South Carolina Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support and advice for Alzheimer's. South Carolina Alzheimer's Chapters

South Dakota Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's. South Dakota Alzheimer's Chapters.

Alzheimer's Disease -- Special Alzheimer's Issues
Alzheimer's disease creates unique challenges when it occurs before the age of 65 or when it complicates spiritual or holiday traditions. Other special issues include elder abuse, traveling, and how Alzheimer's affects intimacy between you and your loved one. Learn how to cope with these circumstances by planning ahead and accepting the inevitable changes of the disease.

Stem Cell Research for Alzheimer's Disease
Stem Cell Research for Alzheimer's Disease

Student Resources for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia's
Student Resources for Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia's.

Tennessee Alzheimer's Chapters
Local support for Alzheimer's. Tennessee Alzheimer's Chapters.

Texas Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's in Texas. Texas Alzheimer's Chapters.

Funding treatment and understanding the costs of treatments
Funding treatment for Alzheimer's and understanding the costs of treatments

Virginia Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's in Virginia. Virginia Alzheimer's Chapters

Washington Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's in Washington. Washington Alzheimer's Chapters.

Wisconsin Alzheimer's Chapters
Find local support for Alzheimer's in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Alzheimer's Chapters

Easy walkways in the Alzheimer's garden
Easy walkways with the interest of plants along the way. These large pots can beplaced on wheeled saucers to be moved during the season.

Easy walkways with the interest of plants along the way. These large pots can beplaced on wheeled saucers to be moved during the season.
Easy walkways with the interest of plants along the way. These large pots can beplaced on wheeled saucers to be moved during the season.