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Four Facts on Dementia and Incontinence

Navigating a new diagnosis of dementia can be challenging for older adults and their loved ones. Even for those who have had dementia for many years, the onset of new symptoms such as bladder or bowel incontinence can be concerning or difficult in many ways.

By |July 31, 2023|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia|Tags: , |

10 Ways of Improving Quality of Life for Dementia Patients

Dementia affects approximately 4 to 5 million people across the United States and is one of the leading causes of death among seniors over 65. Dementia differs from general cognitive decline due to aging in that functioning decreases more rapidly and interferes significantly with daily activities.

By |July 24, 2023|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia, Quality of Life|Tags: , |

6 Things Every Dementia Caregiver Should Know

Caring for a patient with dementia can be difficult, especially if that patient is a family member or friend. Seeing a loved one in decline can bring up some heavy emotions and present us with a frustrating new set of challenges when it comes to their health and well-being. To help you become the most effective and compassionate caregiver possible, here are six things every caregiver should know.

By |July 10, 2023|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia|Tags: , |

Caregiving Tips for Dealing with Feisty Patients

‍One of the challenges of caring for those with dementia or declining mental faculties is the risk of physical assault from the patient. These attacks can often occur unprovoked and can take the caregiver completely by surprise. When faced with this possibility, caregivers can take precautions to protect themselves, but also to protect the health and future care of the patient themselves.

By |June 26, 2023|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia, Senior Care Advice|Tags: , |

What are the Stages of Dementia?

Medical professionals in the United States have defined dementia as a condition with seven distinct stages, ranging from a state of non-impairment to a very severe cognitive decline.  Recognizing and identifying the stage and level of dementia care required for an individual is in can be complicated, as the symptoms of dementia are only relevant when compared to a person's "normal" mental state. The seven stages of dementia are:

By |June 19, 2023|Categories: Alzheimer's & Dementia|Tags: |
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