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The 36-Hour Day by Dr. Rabins

The 36-Hour Day


“Continues to be the ‘bible’ of recommendation for any caregiver whose family member suffers from a dementia such as Alzheimer’s.” — Bookwatch

Learn more about “The 36-Hour Day”.

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Clutter Can Be Helpful in Dementia

Researchers have found that a clutter-free environment may not be helpful to people with dementia — in fact, people with moderate dementia appeared to do better when surrounded by their usual clutter. Learn more.

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A Caregiver’s Take on Memory Care

“My wife Theresa, at the age of 49, was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease in 2018. In April of 2023, at the age of 54, I placed her into a memory care facility. This is how it went.”

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Money, Banking & Dementia

Banks can be intimidating in a world with Alzheimer’s. Pin numbers and fraud protection, long lines and lots of numbers, may call for special attention. That’s why Lloyds Banking Group and The Alzheimer’s Society offer this landmark “Dementia-Friendly Financial Services” guide for banks and insurers. Download the guide and improve the everyday lives of people affected by dementia.

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