If it appears as though a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s has completely rewritten the rules on how and when to sleep, you’re not dreaming.
While there is some validity to those worries, there are also some misunderstandings fueling them. For example, nearly 50% of the participants, who were adults
A new study sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association is revealing some surprising results in how dementia may present differently in Hispanics. While further exploration is
For decades, experts have been exploring the advancement of Alzheimer’s through one particular basic model, even though the symptoms and progression of Alzheimer’s can vary
When you need to work as a team to ensure the needs of one’s aging parents are met, even the closest of siblings may find
Even as confusion and memory loss escalate during the late stages of dementia, there’s a remarkable and welcome reprieve that often occurs. Formerly termed “terminal