December 22, 2014
December 21, 2014
Brain exercises help slow the progress of dementia and improve mood. Puzzles are a great way to get a good mental workout. It's easy to find puzzles to meet the personal level of almost any individual. Puzzles cost little, new ones can be found every day and they are adaptable to changing requirements. Check out this wide variety of dementia-fighting brain-stimulating puzzles.
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Two million Americans with Alzheimer's, stroke and other neurologic conditions suffer from symptoms of PBA. They have uncontrollable outbursts of crying or laughing. See the movie trailer and learn more about it.
Along dementia's caregiving journey, there may be blessings you never thought could happen. This book is about that very thing. It is real. It happened. Some of it happened because of the choices made by a caregiver with beautiful insights into enhancing and extending the early stages of dementia. If you are an early-stage caregiver, this story can help you with tips on how to make a difference.
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Once a week, 30 Alzheimer's and dementia patients rehearse side-by-side with their caregivers. The songs they sing are, remarkably, from memory. Watch the Giving Voice Chorus in action.