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A place to share and learn with other caregivers caring for someone suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
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Assets based approach to Alzheimer support

We need to be looking at models of community capacity building that work from the resources that already exist and maximize opportunities to leverage them for social change and transformation.

This program that trains police officers to support ...

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Little Falls police complete new Alzheimer's awareness training

Little Falls Police Department was the first in Bergen and Passaic counties to complete Alzheimer’s New Jersey, 'Always Safe' training.

December 10th
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Check It Out Early and Assess with Care #AcknowledgeAssessAssist Monitor with Awareness!
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Dementia-like symptoms: What else could it be? - Dementia - SCIE

December 9th
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Researchers are now looking at different ways of understanding Alzheimer's

Compelling research that suggests that Alzheimer's is far from being one "universal" disease with only two types. The researchers contend that this assumption is negatively impacting on treatment trials.

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Interesting read!

December 7th
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Researchers are now looking at different ways of understanding Alzheimer's

Compelling research that suggests that Alzheimer's is far from being one "universal" disease with only two types. The researchers contend that this assumption is negatively impacting on treatment trials.

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This is interesting. It should be quite the breakthrough when research gets completed, although it may be a while. Can’t wait to see another update from them. Thanks for sharing this MarkStolow.

December 7th
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Researchers are now looking at different ways of understanding Alzheimer's

Compelling research that suggests that Alzheimer's is far from being one "universal" disease with only two types. The researchers contend that this assumption is negatively impacting on treatment trials.

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New study suggests Alzheimer's is not one disease but six different conditions

A large team of researchers has developed a new way to classify patients with Alzheimer’s disease suggesting we should think of the disease as six distinctly different conditions instead of one single disease.

December 6th
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Live Chat today at 1:30 pm with AGI - Alzheimer's and the holidays

Live Chat with AGITeam (Alzheimer Groupe Inc.) - today at 1:30 pm (EDT).

Topic: Alzheimer's and the holiday season

Looking at the snow fall makes us realize the holidays are soon upon us! When you're living with a loved one with dementia, what do you ...

December 5th
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Good headlines: Alzheimer’s research has entered an era that will reclassify the loss

Alzheimer’s research has entered an era that will reclassify the loss of memory and other cognitive abilities from ‘terminal disease’ to ‘chronic disease’.

This is good news on the treatment side but raises all kinds of new challenges on the...

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To Decrease Dementia Risk, Get Up And Moving No Matter Your Age

Among the greatest determinants of better health is keeping our body in motion. This is also true for our brain health. More and more research emerging about the importance of exercise in helping to decrease risks associated with Dementia.

"Let's not...

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I agree 100% with keep physically active to help decrease the risk of dementia. I notice that many people that retire early or even at the rightful age, will decrease their brain stimulation activities, nevermind heir physical activities. I’ve ...

November 28th
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To Decrease Dementia Risk, Get Up And Moving No Matter Your Age

Among the greatest determinants of better health is keeping our body in motion. This is also true for our brain health. More and more research emerging about the importance of exercise in helping to decrease risks associated with Dementia.

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To Decrease Dementia Risk, Get Up And Moving No Matter Your Age (Blog)

Constantly stimulating your brain through physical activity can effectively extend your years of good mental health.

November 27th
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Is Alzheimer's only caused by changes in the brain? Likely not says UCLA researcher.

Based on nearly 30 years of research, Dale Bredesen believes Alzheimer’s is triggered by a broad range of factors that upset the body’s natural process of cell turnover and renewal; he didn’t think it emerged from just a handful of rogue genes ...

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A New Treatment for Alzheimer's? It Starts With Lifestyle | DiscoverMagazine.com

Armed with big data, researchers turn to customized lifestyle changes to fight the disease.

November 24th
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