Alzheimer's and Dementia

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What You Can Do to Keep Your Loved One with Dementia Physically Active

Physical exercise has health benefits for those with dementia. Follow these tips to keep you and your loved one active.

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The Fight to End Alzheimer's Begins With You

Join the Alzheimer’s Prevention Registry and create a legacy for generations to come.

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Remembering His Mom, Years After Losing Her to Alzheimer's

Editor-in-Chief Edward Grinnan shares his mother's battle with the disease and the challenges millions of Alzheimer's caregivers face.

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Top 5 Questions Caregivers Ask About Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association Helpline shares the most common questions—and answers—on caring for someone with Alzheimer's.

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Kristy Dewberry

Lessons Learned from Caring for a Mother with Alzheimer's

Kristy Dewberry offers inspiring and helpful advice based on her own experiences while caring for a mother who has Alzheimer's.

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Banner Alzheimer’s Institute Speeds Up the Search for a Cure

Banner Alzheimer’s Institute Speeds Up the Search for a Cure

How the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute’s preventative program is revolutionizing Alzheimer’s research and how you can help. 

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6 Ways to Preserve Memories for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

6 Ways to Preserve Memories for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Practical ways to engage people without creating frustration

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When a Loved One Mistakes You For Another Person

When a Loved One Mistakes You For Another Person

Consider these tips on how to respond when caring for someone with Alzheimer’s

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When a Loved One No Longer Knows You

When a Loved One No Longer Knows You

Get practical tips on managing this situation for people with Alzheimer’s

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How to Respond to a Dementia Patient Who Says, ‘I Want to Go Home’

How to Respond to a Dementia Patient Who Says, ‘I Want to Go Home’

Consider these practical tips to respond to this request

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5 Ways to Respond When a Loved One Asks to Speak with Someone Who Has Died

5 Ways to Respond When a Loved One Asks to Speak with Someone Who Has Died

Get practical tips on how to handle this challenging situation

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6 Benefits of Pets for People with Alzheimer’s

6 Benefits of Pets for People with Alzheimer’s

Animals offer opportunities for joy, exercise and more

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