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Everyday Activities That People with Dementia Can Enjoy

Dementia is progressive. Your loved one who suffers from it may require different levels of care depending on the stage of dementia. You can develop some habits and strategies that will better enable your family member to enjoy quality of life, despite the challenges that dementia can present.  According to the National Institute on Aging, […] Read More >>

Caring Guide for Someone With Dementia

According to the World Health Organization, more than 55 million people live with dementia worldwide. Alarmingly, almost 10 million people are diagnosed with this condition every year. Classified as a syndrome, dementia typically progresses and leads to cognitive challenges, such as memory loss, lapses in comprehension, judgment impairment, and a diminished capacity to learn and […] Read More >>

Communicating With Someone With Dementia

Communicating With and Understanding Someone with Dementia Communication can be a challenge for families living with someone with dementia. The disease affects the person’s ability to think, remember, and communicate. It can be difficult for caregivers to know how to talk to their loved one or how to encourage them to share their thoughts. Fortunately, […] Read More >>

Three Things That May Lessen Chances of Dementia

Many Americans associate dementia with old age. However, old age is just but one of other risk factors related to dementia. Though there are no proven approaches to prevent dementia, you may be able to take steps to reduce the risks. All of these facts and quotes are taken from an article published at, […] Read More >>