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Still Mine

INSPIRING MOVIE: “Still Mine” is the true story of an 87-year-old strawberry farmer & cattle rancher. Craig will do anything for his wife Irene, weakened by dementia. Fighting authorities, watch his battle to build an unauthorized dementia-friendly house on his farm.

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Vegetarian Stroke Risk

Strokes are a leading cause of Vascular Dementia. Just how much does eating a more plant-based diet lower the risk of having a stroke?

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Wives’ Care Partnering Tips

Two wives caring for their husbands with dementia generously share their experiences and offer caregiving tips to those find themselves in a similar position with a loved one.

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Hearings Aids Offer Dementia Prevention

Studies have found an association between hearing loss and the development of dementia in older adults. Research also suggests that using hearing aids to treat hearing loss may help slow the development of cognitive problems.

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Teun’s Free Calendar Clock for Dementia

GUEST POST: Calendar Clock assists caregivers and people with dementia with their daily schedule. This reduces disorientation in time and the frustration it can cause. Additionally, it offers monitoring capabilities, via its appointments feature and video calling. This all provides a sense of security for everyone, both caregiver and care-receiver. It is a free application co-created by many real-world users.

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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.

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