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Latino’s Waltz to Ward off Alzheimer’s

Did you know that the numbers of Latinos living with Alzheimer’s disease are much greater than those of the general public? According to the Alzheimer’s Association of America the number of Latinos with the condition could potentially grow by 600% by 2050. Latinos are finding new ways in which the elderly who are living with […] Read More >>

Musical Jingles Can Help Alzheimer’s Patients

Musical Jingles Can Help Alzheimer’s Patients We’ve all seen commercials with a catchy jingle or heard a song that we simply can’t forget. No matter how we go about our regular day trying to forget that particular song or jingle, it’s stuck in our heads seemingly forever. Could that phenomenon be translated to people living […] Read More >>

Similar Symptoms for Depression and Alzheimer’s Disease

Early-stage Alzheimer’s disease and depression share similar symptoms, according to a recent article published by the Mayo Clinic. Because the symptoms are so alike, doctors sometimes have had a hard time distinguishing between the two brain disorders. Depression is also one of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s. The article states that people who suffer from Alzheimer’s […] Read More >>

Adult Day Stays: The Caregiver’s Life Preserver

Anyone caring full-time for a loved one with memory-impairment knows that taking a break from 24/7 caregiving is the best way to stay healthy in mind, body and spirit. But how do you take that break? Here is a poignant quote from the National Institute on Aging’s free guide book, Caring for a Person with […] Read More >>