Let’s take a closer look at how diet, exercise and mental stimulation can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s, and noticeably improve your loved one’s quality of life.
Remember, your loved one doesn’t have to go through this alone — and neither do you.
Here, we’ll walk through 10 indicators that your loved one could have early-stage Alzheimer’s, and may need to be diagnosed by a medical professional.
Here, we’ll break the most important adaptations into five crucial categories, and provide practical tips for optimizing your home environment in each of these areas.
Here, we’ll examine the upsides and downsides of each possibility — so you can make an informed decision that’ll give your loved one an optimal quality of life.
In November 2021, the 14th annual Clinical Trials on Alzheimer’s Disease (CTAD) Conference brought together leading experts on the pathophysiology of Alzheimer’s Disease. Here are their findings.
When you find out that a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease, your first instinct may be to avoid discussing the diagnosis with young children. However, it’s important to be up-front with them.
Let’s take a closer look at the most promising medicines for people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease — and see which are most effective, and how they work.
What’s next for you and the person under your care? Here’s a checklist of practical steps that’ll help you prepare for the immediate future, starting right now.
When a doctor diagnoses your parent, grandparent or partner with Alzheimer’s, it’s normal to fear the worst. You may have heard the disease is all but inevitable for people…