Kate Swaffer, author of: “What the Hell Happened to My Brain?” was diagnosed with early-onset dementia at the age of 49. She speaks with Alzheimers.net about her diagnosis today and shares an excerpt from her book with us. Learn more about the author and her experience living with dementia. Kate Swaffer: Living with Early-Onset Dementia […]
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The results of a study from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago show that signs of cognitive impairment can be detected as early as 18 years before the disease is diagnosed. Learn more about this study and what it means for early detection of dementia. Signs of Alzheimer’s Seen Years Before Diagnosis A research team led by associate […]
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Doctors and scientists stress the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias to increase treatment options and slow its progression. Now, new technologies are detecting Alzheimer’s earlier than ever before. Learn more about why this is important and about the technologies that are changing the future of Alzheimer’s research. The Importance of Early Detection of […]
Caregiving 101 By Michael Plontz A family member has just been diagnosed with an illness that will eventually require round-the-clock care. Of course you want to be the one giving that care. This decision is usually made without hesitation; of course we want to be our loved one’s caregiver. Who else could take better care […]
Studies continue to show the impact that positive life changes can have on brain health, so the Alzheimer’s Association compiled simple and easy to follow steps for preventing cognitive decline and reducing the risk of dementia. Learn more about these steps and how they can help maintain, and in some cases improve, brain health. Tips to […]
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