We are joined this episode by Rita Altman, SVP of Memory Care & Program Services, to discuss signs and symptoms of memory loss, younger-onset Alzheimer’s, how to interact with a friend who just received an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, as well as the differences between normal forgetfulness and true symptoms of Alzheimer’s.
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A good cup of tea can be a simple indulgence each day, but research shows that there may be even more to love about this drink.
Alzheimer's, dementia and other cognitive impairments are some of the greatest health hazards faced by older Americans.
Getting a sufficient amount of rest can help ensure your health and well-being.
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Caring for someone in any capacity - whether it's a loved one with a long-term illness or child - can be stressful, even at the best of times.
A complicated and poorly understood symptom of dementia, sundowning can make evening activities and sleep difficult for those living with memory loss.
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