The Relationship Between Hearing Loss and Dementia
Hearing loss is an ordinary part of growing older. Unfortunately, it can also be a warning sign. There is lots of research showing that hearing loss may greatly increase one’s risk for dementia.
Is Memory Care Right for Your Loved One?
Memory care communities provide specialized care for seniors with certain cognitive issues. But is memory care right for your loved one?
Dementia: Tips for Better Communication with Loved Ones
Discover several proven strategies caregivers can use to foster better interactions with loved ones suffering from dementia.
Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease: What’s the Difference?
What’s the difference between Alzheimer’s disease and dementia? The following are the differences between these neurocognitive disorders.
FDA Approves New Alzheimer’s Disease Drug
The FDA recently approved aducanumab – a drug that may slow the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. We cover why the drug was approved and how it works.
The Seven Stages of Dementia
This blog examines each stage of dementia and its symptoms, as well as the associated changes in personality, mood, and behavior.
Mental Confusion – What’s Normal, What’s Not?
As we age, some memory changes are normal. Here are symptoms to look for if you suspect you or a loved one may have a memory disorder.