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  • Planning Holidays with Elders with Dementia
  • Dementia Drugs interacting with Many Common Meds
  • Bilingualism Delays Alzheimer's Onset
  • Blood Test to Predict Alzheimer's Disease
  • Coach Summitt's Diagnosis of Alzheimer's
  • Should We Drink More Coffee to Avoid Alzheimer's?
  • Alheimer's Drug Combo Gets Nod at international Conference in Paris
  • Afa Quilt to Remember
  • Numbers of People with Dementia increasing
  • Dementia Caregiver Spouses and Gingivitis
  • Dementia and Tylenol
  • Cindy's Mission Statement
  • Cindy's Choices
  • M.I.N.D. in Memory Care
  • The Value of a Dementia Consultant
  • Caregiver Objective
  • People Just Don't Know What They Don't Know!
  • Different Dementias = Different Behaviors
  • Why Get a Diagnosis?
  • Lewy Body Dementia
  • More than 40 Types of Dementia!
  • "Dementia" is the Umbrella Term
  • What Should We Do About Mom?
  • Early-Onset Dementia
  • Gift Book for Dementia Caregivers
  • Hope for Alzheimer's Blood Test
  • It's Published!
  • Latinos have Increased Risk for Developing Alzheimer's Disease
  • Predicting Alzheimer's Disease May Now Be Easier & Cheaper Than Ever
  • "Mutant" Rats May Help Study Alzheimer's Disease
  • Psychoactive Drugs VS. Anti-Dementia Drugs
  • Will I Still Love Chocolate?
  • Increased Risk For Dementia in Spouse Caregivers
  • Study Finds Ways to Reduce Risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment
  • Can Drinking Apple Juice Decrease Negative Behaviors in People with Dementia?
  • Is Increased Abdominal Fat Related to Developing Dementia?
  • Looking Beyond Dementia to Personal Preferences
  • 10 Things You Should Avoid Saying to a Person With Dementia, & What To Say Instead
  • Creating a Caregiver Support Group
  • The Fear of Inheriting Alzheimer's Disease
  • New Guidelines from American Geriactric Society for Managing Behavior Problems in Elders with Dementia
  • Sundowning in Dementia
  • Cinnamon and Alzheimer's

    Alzheimer's and Dementia Counseling and Education
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