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    My Parent Has What?

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    When a parent is diagnosed with Dementia you may often say, “My parent has what?” The shock and disbelief of this diagnosis is something...

    Love in a Hundred Ways

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    To all the caregivers and those who will become a caregiver, showing love for a parent in need can be most rewarding and the...

    What Kind of Tests Does a Neurologist Do For Alzheimer’s/Dementia?

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    Neurologists are doctors who specialize in disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system. They are often a key component in diagnosing Dementia and...

    Is it Selfish to Want Some Alone Time?

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    A question recently came up in our Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support Group, and We wanted to take the time to answer it for everyone that might...

    Breaking News: New Blood Test could Detect Alzheimer’s Disease

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    The hardest part of Alzheimer’s is that the current 100% test for Alzheimer’s Disease is a Postmortem examination of the brain. Obviously, that sucks for those...

    Alzheimer’s Disease: Here’s What People Don’t See

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    Alzheimer’s Disease is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the...

    Alzheimer’s Patients Light up with Joy over Therapy Animals

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    rom personal experience, my pet’s have always cheered me up. Pets are simply amazing and can do wonders for anyone. They provide companionship and someone to...

    Dementia: Here’s What People Don’t See

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    Dementia is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the iceberg....

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