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Category Archives: Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia

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Is it Age-Related Memory Loss or Something Else?

Maybe you’ve started to notice that your mom or dad seems to be forgetting things more often. You call to ask what they had for dinner last night and they can’t remember. Or for the first time, a card didn’t arrive in the mail for Timmy’s...

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Simple Meals That Appeal to Adults With Alzheimer’s

Several considerations need to be made when preparing meals for a parent with Alzheimer's. First, tastes change and sweeter items often become more appealing. Second, chewing and swallowing become more challenging as the disease progresses. Meals...

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Keeping Aging Loved Ones with Dementia from Wandering

Dementia is an umbrella term for various diseases that affect the cognitive abilities of individuals. An individual with dementia who is still capable of walking has a high risk of wandering. This can be a pressing concern for any elderly...

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