Caring for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s can be an all-consuming task. And, unfortunately, one of the first things most caregivers neglect is themselves. If you’ve cared for someone with dementia, it’s easy to understand why this is. Making time for self-reflection and/or personal improvement is a huge challenge when you’re always taking care of…

Increased confusion. Leading to agitation in dementia… Panic… Aggression. As dementia or Alzheimer’s progresses, agitation in dementia patients is one of the common issues caregivers likely have to deal with. For a family member/primary caregiver, these episodes of confusion can be quite alarming. And it can be heartbreaking to see your parent or spouse so…

Medical researchers are hard at work to find ways to treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease. And while there have been promising breakthroughs lately, there is still no known cure or treatment. So families and caregivers have to be resourceful. They have to find tools and resources to help loved ones cope with the symptoms as…

It’s one of the first questions that pops into your head if you or a loved one gets a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Is There a Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease? The short answer is no, unfortunately. There currently is no known cure. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t reason for hope. Medical research is progressing faster…