The Population Reference Bureau says the share of older adults with dementia in the U.S. dropped 24% from 2000-2012. Yet the Centers for Disease Control says Alzheimer’s deaths rose 55% from 1999-2014, and that the number of people with Alzheimer’s will quadruple by 2050. How can all three numbers be true? Don’t give up on the experts. We explain […]Continue Reading →
About Ben Hanowell
Ben Hanowell is a senior living researcher and data scientist at A Place for Mom. An anthropologist and applied statistician, his research has been funded by the NSF, NICHD, and a Fulbright Grant. He lives in cloudy Seattle with his daughter Alice and cat Ziggy.