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The Alzheimer’s Reading Room Knowledge Base | Alzheimer’s Reading Room

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The Alzheimer’s Reading Room Knowledge Base contains more than 4,000 articles. In the ARR we offer “real life” solutions to problems that Alzheimer’s caregivers and their families encounter each day.

Bob DeMarco‘s insight:

The Alzheimer’s Reading Room is the number one source of Alzheimers care and information on dementia care, health, memory loss, and treatment for the entire Alzheimer’s and Dementia community worldwide. The goal of the Alzheimer’s Reading Room is to Educate and Empower.

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Posted by on October 26, 2013 in alzheimer's

 

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Google Search – cognitive function test oxford university scientists

The information being reported in the newspapers around the world are describing this as the only Alzheimer’s test that can be taken in a private home.

This is both inaccurate and untrue.

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Posted by on October 15, 2013 in alzheimer's

 

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I did have the problem with getting my mother to brush her teeth. And she did say, “who are you to tell me what to do”, “you are not the boss of me”, “leave me alone”, “I already brushed my teeth”. Over and over.

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How to Get A Person Living with Dementia to Brush Their Teeth

 
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Posted by on October 15, 2013 in alzheimer's

 

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What Do Dementia Caregivers Feel?

The responsibilities that come with effective Alzheimer’s caregiving are enormous. The typical Dementia caregiver often concludes that family, relatives, and friends have no real understanding of what their life is like.
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It is not unusual for Alzheimer’s caregiver to experience extreme stress on a daily basis.

Beyond stress, dementia caregivers can experience feeling of sadness, hopelessness, anger, and the inability to control their living environment.

It is also true that caregivers can experience feeling of happiness, accomplishment, joy, and a strong sense of accomplishment.

The responsibilities that come with effective Alzheimer’s caregiving are enormous.

Alzheimer’s caregiver often concludes that family, relatives, and friends have no real understanding of what their life is like; and, how difficult and stressful life as a caregiver can be.

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Posted by on January 5, 2013 in alzheimer's

 

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