The Alzheimer's Reading Room is designed to help Alzheimer's caregivers and dementia professionals to find information, advice and solutions to problems they face each day.
Alzheimer's Reading Room
We provide the Alzheimer's and dementia communities not only with advice, but with advice and solutions that work.
Our goal is to help all caregivers, regardless of stage, to improve their caring techniques, and to improve their communication with persons living with dementia.
The goal of the Alzheimer's Reading Room is to Educate and Empower Alzheimer's caregivers, their families, and the entire Alzheimer's community.
The following custom Google searches will lead you directly to a list of articles that address commonly faced problems and caregiver issues.
1. Why Do Alzheimer's Patients Have Lucid Moments?
2. Father has dementia
3. Alzheimer dementia symptoms
4. Alzheimer's Incontinence
5. How to Listen to an Alzheimer's Patient
6. Coping with Dementia
7. Hospice Care, Palliative Care
8. Correcting Alzheimers Patients
9. Alzheimer's Quotes and Sayings
10. When someone living with Alzheimer's believes something to be true
How to Get Answers To Your Questions About Alzheimer's and Dementia
These articles were written to answer and address the most difficult problems and issues faced in Alzheimer's and dementia care.
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Janet Steiner, Director, Brevard Alzheimer's Foundation