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Caregiver talking to dementia patient in wheelchair wearing mask during COVID-19

COVID-19 Dementia Care: Expert Tips for Caregivers

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “nearly five million Americans over the age of 65 are living with Alzheimer’s dementia.” Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia affect a person’s thinking, memory, and overall behavior. As the disease progresses, many people living with Alzheimer’s rely on

Elderly woman and middle aged woman looking lovingly into each others eyes.

Moving Someone With Dementia: 4 Tips

Navigating through dementia can be difficult for the family members of the person diagnosed. Many family members have to learn a whole new way of communicating effectively with their senior. This can be challenging, especially when a senior living with dementia moves to a different

Woman and young boy sitting with elderly woman suffering from anosognosia

What Is Anosognosia?

Navigating the ins and outs of illness and disease can be difficult for both the diagnosed and their families. Caring for and supporting those living with a memory disease or illness is especially difficult because many of the diagnosed also suffer from anosognosia (pronounced uh-naa-suh-now-zhuh),