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Differences Between Dementia & Alzheimer's - Alternatives for ...

A bunch of things to know about dementia Differences Between Dementia amp; Alzheimer - Alternatives for .

3 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home - DailyCaring

3 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home

When seniors with Alzheimer's say I want to go home, it's actually a cry for help. These 3 kind responses help them calm down & redirect to another activity

11 Early Signs Of Dementia, According to Experts

11 Early Signs Of Dementia, According To Science

While trekking downstairs to grab a set and prying open your door might be a hassle, it's pretty trivial. However, signs of early dementia are on a totally different scale, and it's best t…

Signs of Approaching Death with Dementia

Signs of Approaching Death with Dementia

Senility is an outdated term that was used to describe dementias. Learn about the differences between Senility, Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.

Looks like we are in the middle to late stage of Dementia - the paranoid behavior is the most frustrating to me currently.

The term ‘sundowning’ or ‘sundown syndrome’ refers to an end-of-day confusion and restlessness that manifests as dusk approaches. This syndrome affects people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia.

Sundowning: Symptoms, triggers & strategies

As a caregiver, it is difficult to summon up the energy to do what is in the best interests of the senior that you are looking after at times.

A caregiver's list can seem endless #alzheimers #tgen #mindcrowd www.mindcrowd.org

Sometimes, when caring for an elderly relative, it can be hard to know what to do for the best. If you are a caregiver, you are generally and solely responsible

10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia - Alzheimers Support

10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia

10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia - Alzheimers Support

Challenging behavior  is common in people living with dementia and is considered one of the most difficult issues facing staff in residential care and caregivers at home. It is important to try and understand why the person is behaving in a particular way and remember that it is the behavior that is challenging and not the person.

How to Respond to Challenging Behavior

Anosognosia is a lack of awareness that affects many people with Alzheimer's. A Place for Mom gives tips on how to deal with it in loved ones

Anosognosia and Alzheimer's

Anosognosia is a lack of awareness that affects many people with dementia, including Huntington's disease.

Share this pix with those who have family or friends affected by Alzheimers or dementia. This information is also ideal for caregivers who may not have had training on how to communicate more effectively with those suffering from Alzheimers or dementia.

Share this pix with those who have family or friends affected by Alzheimers or dementia. This information is also ideal for caregivers who may not have had training on how to communicate more effectively with those suffering from Alzheimers or dementia.

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