Interventions That May Slow Memory Loss in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Interventions That May Slow Memory Loss in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

There are many interventions that have been recently targeted in clinical research studies, aimed at preventing the onset of early  Alzheimer’s disease. Read more about the primary interventions for early Alzheimer’s and how you can implement them to prevent memory loss in your life. Interventions That May Slow Early Alzheimer’s There are several stages of […]

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Brain Implant Can Deliver Medicine by the Push of a Button

Brain Implant Can Deliver Medicine by the Push of a Button

A team of scientists have developed an ultra-thin brain implant that can administer medication to targeted areas deep within the brain structure. Learn more about the device and how it can help people living with neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. A Revolutionary Approach to Medication Administration In a study funded by the National […]

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Habilitation Therapy for Alzheimer’s

Habilitation Therapy for Alzheimer’s

A type of therapy for Alzheimer’s disease and related forms of dementia, habilitation therapy allows people with the disease to retain their level of functioning by encouraging independence and providing a strong sense of purpose. Learn more about habilitation therapy, how it differs from rehabilitation therapy, and how it can benefit people with dementia and their […]

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New Diagnostic and Treatment Options for Alzheimer’s

New Diagnostic and Treatment Options for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. and the only disease listed on the World Health Organization’s top 10 causes of death that cannot be cured. Learn more about Alzheimer’s and which diagnostic and treatment options are available to seniors with the disease today. Facts About Alzheimer’s Before delving […]

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Music Therapy For Dementia: Awakening Memories

Music Therapy For Dementia: Awakening Memories

Many of us have either heard or seen the incredible effects that music can have on people with dementia. Learn more about the Music & Memory Program, a non-profit organization bringing personalized music to seniors to “vastly improve [their] quality of life.” Thus far, the program has provided iPods to over 140 residences in North America. The Music & Memory […]

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How Can Pets Benefit Alzheimer’s?

How Can Pets Benefit Alzheimer’s?

No matter how unpredictable the day has been, I can count on one absolute constant in my life; when I walk in the door, my sweet Yorkie will greet me as if we’ve been apart for months. Bad or good days, rain or shine, my little buddy will be beside himself with excitement to welcome me […]

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Dementia Treatment Drugs Could Be Available by 2025

Dementia Treatment Drugs Could Be Available by 2025

Success in recent drug trials is bringing new hope to the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists and researchers in the field are encouraged by their results, predicting that dementia treatment drugs will be available in the next decade. Read more about the reasons for their optimism and the future of drug treatments for Alzheimer’s prevention. Hope […]

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Aquatic Exercise for Dementia

Aquatic Exercise for Dementia

Today’s memory care communities strive to engage seniors with Alzheimer’s and related forms of dementia on a variety of levels. One way to engage residents and keep them active is through aquatic exercise. More than having fun in the pool, water exercise classes can actually be therapeutic and beneficial for people living with neurodegenerative conditions. […]

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Pros and Cons of Doll Therapy for Alzheimer’s

Pros and Cons of Doll Therapy for Alzheimer’s

Doll therapy is one way Alzheimer’s disease caregivers try to ease anxiety and bring joy to loved ones with dementia. Learn more about how many caregivers have found doll therapy to be a good way to engage loved ones with a purposeful and rewarding activity, while other caregivers and health care providers are hesitant to use […]

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