6 Clocks to Help Ease Dementia-Related Anxiety

6 Clocks to Help Ease Dementia-Related Anxiety

One early sign of Alzheimer’s disease is losing track of dates and time. As the disease progresses it becomes more difficult for those impacted to tell time and distinguish between night and day. The following clocks may help ease some confusion and are specifically designed for people with cognitive impairments and their caregivers trying to stick to […]

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The Power of Alzheimer’s: Turning Life Upside Down

The Power of Alzheimer’s: Turning Life Upside Down

When a family receives an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, life is never the same. Our worlds change dramatically, in ways not a single one of us can imagine until we’ve walked that path. When Alzheimer’s enters, we become different people, gaining an unexpectedly crystal clear perspective of just how fragile life is. Mom’s Story My mom retired […]

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Alzheimer’s Stages: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Alzheimer’s Stages: Looking Back, Looking Forward

“What if I see you, and I don’t know that you’re my daughter, and I don’t know that you love me?” “Then, I’ll tell you that I do, and you’ll believe me.” — Lisa Genova, Still Alice In the simplest of terms, Alzheimer’s alters lives. Forever. As I think about what life was like ten years […]

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