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14 Ways to Prevent Falling at Home

EMERGENCIES due to falling happen 54% more often in dementia. As a rule, 1-in-3 adults over 65 fall each year. Most falls happen at home. Make a few simple changes and prevent falls.

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Going Out with Alzheimer’s

People with mild Alzheimer’s often enjoy places they enjoyed in the past – a favorite restaurant, parade, park, shopping mall, swimming pool, museum, or theater. It is good to keep going and it is smart to plan ahead. Learn how.

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Dignity & Dementia: Where to Draw the Line?

People with dementia deserve dignity and have rights. Where do we draw the line between encouraging personal choices versus following what caregivers think is best? See Dr. Murray Raskin & Dr. Linda Teri offer experienced tips.

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A Tornado and Alzheimer’s

A tornado has left 40 Alzheimer’s patients on the move. See how dementia is especially vulnerable to natural disasters and bad weather. Learn special steps you can take to help them be prepared.

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