The key is effort. You try something — anything. You never know what will work or what won’t. Try something at least three times on different days before giving up on it. And, then, try something else! But, whatever you do, do something.” Continue reading Three Things We Can Do
*Editor’s note, the 2020 Discovery Alzheimer’s Regional Conference has been rescheduled to June 25, 2020. Please see note below article. By: CarePartners The Value of Home Care Report, published by the Home Care Association of America, states that nine out of 10 Americans aged 65 and older want to stay in their own homes; however, 40% need daily assistance and over 70% will need assistance … Continue reading Home care, home health and assisted living: What’s the difference?
By Genevieve Wanucha, UW Memory and Brain Wellness Center Without many effective therapeutics for memory loss and dementia, families must often get creative to find solutions beyond the medicine cabinet to manage a loved one’s behavioral changes. Fortunately, evidence shows that a variety of non-pharmacological strategies can meaningfully improve the symptoms of people living with the early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and provide ways to … Continue reading More than Medications: Non-Pharmacological Treatment of Memory Loss