By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
Millions of searches are conducted each day looking for information on Alzheimer's disease, dementia care, memory care, memory, health, and tests for Alzheimer's and dementia.
Many of those Google, Bing, Yahoo, AOL and Ask searches result in readers being sent directly to the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR) for the valuable information they need to accomplish their caregiving goals.
The list below contains 10 of the more popular searches that land readers on the ARR.
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The search terms, including misspellings, (keywords) appear exactly as they were entered entered into Google search. All of these searches led the reader to the Alzheimer's Reading Room.
1. Give meds to elderly that wont take them refusing to take medications
Similar search at Bing - how to get a uncopertive dementia patients to take their meds
2. test your memory
This is the second most popular search in the ARR, Thousands of variations of the words: test, memory, Alzheimer's, dementia.
3. how to
The words "How to" lead to all kinds of articles in the Alzheimer's Reading Room. To see what I mean click "How to" above and get a list of "How to Articles" related to Alzheimer's and dementia care.
4. mean callenging dementia patients
5. difference between alzheimer's and dementia, difference between dementia and alzheimer's, what is the difference between dementia and alzheimer's, dementia versus alzheimer's
This is the most popular search in the Alzheimer's Reading Room. The word variations are limitless: Alzheimer's dementia, difference, versus, what is, what's, vs.
6. my ideal caregiver
7. alzheimer's cummunication
You might have noticed the spelling (misspelling) of the word communication. It really doesn't matter that much.
When you enter "Alzheimer's communication" into Google search the possible returns from the Alzheimer's Reading Room are many. Take a look at this internal search of our knowledge base and see what you might get back -
You will be pleasantly surprised.
The above article from Carole Larkin on how to get a dementia patient to take a bath is very popular. You might also find these of interest.
9. Sleeping alzheimer's
Search Google and you get the above. What happens when you search our knowledge base right here on the Alzheimer's Reading Room? Check it out.
10. The Alzheimer's Reading Room Knowledge Base.
Did you know we have more than 4,900 article available? We have the answers and solutions to the most difficult problems that are encountered in Alzheimer's and dementia care in our knowledge base.
Give it a shot. Enter one or more keywords and see what you can get from searching directly in the ARR.
Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR). Bob is a recognized expert, writer, speaker, and influencer in the Alzheimer's and Dementia Community worldwide.
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