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What is Dementia? Dementia is a broad term to describe the impairment of memory, communication and thinking. As we age, our cognitive abilities lower and

Intro by Giving Care Team: A new philosophy around the support of people with changing cognitive abilities is needed; dementia patients are especially prone to

One of the most popular un-filmed screenplays of 2015 was a comedy about former president, Ronald Reagan, and his life with Alzheimer’s disease. Billed

The Alzheimer Society of Canada website states that in 2011, there were 747,000 people living with some form of cognitive impairment, including dementia. This

People with dementia who are also experiencing alcoholism or alcohol abuse is a very challenging situation for family members to manage. Alcoholism speeds the

Good for you. You were brave enough to get tested, and your courage will pay off bigtime. Not only will you be able to

I have been a geriatric mental health clinician since 2010. One of the most complex and perplexing conditions that I have seen in those

As promised, this week I am reviewing a bit more about the symptoms and behaviors that you may notice when someone you love has

Are you ready for a little Alzheimer’s disease 101? If your answer is yes, then let’s get started with a quick review from last week

Worldwide, over 47 million people are living with dementia. On top of that, one person in the United States develops Alzheimer’s nearly every 67