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Signs of Alzheimer’s and Types of Dementia – Video Interview with Dementia Coach Kerry Mills

Getting a dementia diagnosis is one of the moment you hope never to experience. Although usually by the time you get to the doctor’s, you pretty much know as there are signs of Alzheimer’s Disease and signs of dementia along the way. Families need to know the diffences between vascular dementia, lewy body dementia, frontal …

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Family Caregiving Strategies

  No one ever wants to get the diagnosis for Alzheimer’s Disease.   When my dad was diagnosed in 2016 for frontotemporal dementia, it was a mixture of overwhelm (we have been caring for our mom since 2001 who had a stroke and now has Parkinson’s), sadness, anxiety and frustration.   But there was also some relief …

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How To Prevent Wandering and Falling Especially for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients

“There are over 5 million people with Alzheimer’s in the U.S.  It is estimated that 60% wander out of bed.  In addition, 1 out of 3 seniors are at risk of falling. Each fall exacts a devastating physical and emotional toll not only to the patient but the family as well.” Nighttime wandering (actually any-time-of-day …

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