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How to determine when it’s time for a person with dementia to stay off the road.
Here’s what to know to protect a dementia patient during the night.
This important document allows you to make health decisions on a loved one’s behalf if necessary.
Could taking college courses help ward off dementia? Researchers say yes.
According to scientists at Rush Medical Center in Chicago, being aware of your inability to remember an event—called episodic memory—is a sign that your cognitive function is likely intact.
Intimacy among people with Alzheimer’s usually goes no further than holding hands. However, new connections can distress the partner who feels rejected or replaced.
You’ll serve your mind well by making this eating plan a permanent part of your lifestyle.
As dementia progresses, a patient’s increasing dependence and need for supervision may make it impossible for family members to provide all necessary care.
Some individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias become hypersexual. They may make increased demands for sex, more than an overburdened caregiver can meet.
Someone with Alzheimer’s may engage in public displays of sexuality that can be distressing and embarrassing. Here are tips on how to handle those situations.