There is more to human beings than just our brains and our bodies, says dementia care expert Teepa Snow. “There’s more to us than that … When we’re together, we become more.” Watch now.
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.
HOLIDAYS & DEMENTIA: Thanksgiving is a time of togetherness. People with Alzheimer’s need a special touch. See four dementia tips.
Turmeric, a main ingredient in curry, is the spice of choice in fighting and preventing dementia. It’s popular in India, which has one of the world’s lowest rates of dementia. Try this delicious curry-filled wrap.
At long last, we finally have a disease-modifying drug for Alzheimer’s. The FDA recently approved a new drug that promises to slow the progression of the disease. Only five Alzheimer’s treatments have been approved by the FDA up until a decade ago, and this is only the second to address the progression of the disease.
The Biosensor is as accurate as state-of-the-art testing methods and will allow testing at home. Next step: test saliva and urine samples.
If you couldn’t see your mashed potatoes, you probably wouldn’t eat them. That’s why what “The Red Plate Study” found was astonishing! Alzheimer’s patients eating from red plates consumed 25 percent more food than those eating from white plates. Find out why.
Enjoy this great duet between a musician with dementia and his son. A triumph of spirit over Alzheimer’s! Sing-a-long if you like!
It looks like a sneeze cannot give anyone Alzheimer’s. While Alzheimer’s abnormal disease proteins do spread from cell-to-cell, they are not “infectious”. Check out the facts.
TEEPA CARE VIDEO: Learn about Alzheimer’s 6 stages. Teepa Snow shows what to expect, while keeping the focus on the person for whom you care.