More than 47 million people worldwide live with dementia with America accounting for more than 16 million Alzheimer’s (the most common form of dementia) caregivers. What is worrisome is the fact that this number is expected to increase in the elderly population. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of individuals deal... Read More
We have all been at the receiving end of situations where we’ve misplaced our car keys or forgotten someone’s name or found it difficult to recall a specific event or incident. These do not indicate you have developed Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia since forgetfulness can be considered a normal part of aging.... Read More
With approximately 5.8 million Americans having Alzheimer's or another kind of dementia, there are good chances you must know someone that has Alzheimer’s. With the continued increases in the rates of Alzheimer’s disease, you are likely to cross paths with someone dealing with dementia sooner or later.