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At age 25, Katherine Schultz didn’t expect to sidetrack her business career to return home to help care for her father, diagnosed with dementia at age 62.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, people with Alzheimer’s and dementia have been dying in numbers higher than the five-year average for this time frame.
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The late stage of Alzheimer's usually requires intensive care. As caregiver, your role focuses on preserving quality of life and dignity.
After diagnosis of Alzheimer's or other dementia, care and end-of-life planning can be difficult. Get facts on hospice, DNR and more to help you plan ahead.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for people living with Alzheimer's and dementia? Get answers to FAQs for people living with the disease and their caregivers.
Learn about symptoms, treatment, coping tips and when to see a physician.
Those with Alzheimer's and other dementias are vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Learn types and signs of abuse and how to report an incident or concern.
A person with dementia may become restless or upset in certain places when focused on specific details.
Some hallucinations may be frightening to a person with Alzheimer's, while others may involve ordinary visions from the past.
Guidance on driving safety related to dementia, vision & older drivers. Includes videos, tips & resources to help you deal with this difficult topic.
Alzheimer's disease typically progresses slowly in three general stages.
We are committed to helping professionals improve their knowledge and skills, build stronger teams and deliver better care to people with dementia.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with early stage dementia or experiencing changes in memory, involvement in early stage programs can be very helpful.
Being a caregiver doesn't come with an instruction manual, but there are resources available to help gain caregiving skills and practical advice.
We are committed to helping professionals improve their knowledge and skills.
We are committed to helping professionals improve their knowledge and skills
My personal experience with Alzheimer’s disease stems from my maternal grandfather being diagnosed in the mid-2000s.
I lost my grandfather almost two years ago & saw what Alzheimer’s is and how destructive this disease is.
Meet Ruth Keilen, a volunteer support group facilitator in Myrtle Beach whose group provides "a safety valve of understanding."
Brighton resident Lauren Kovach was named the 2020 Advocate of the Year today — World Alzheimer’s Day.
Jackson National Life Insurance Company® will join the Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter as a 2020 Walk to End Alzheimer’s® Elite Level Sponsor.
My dad’s battle with Alzheimer’s was a roller coaster. With support of family, friends, and the Association, we were able to create lifelong memories.
Navigating life when a loved one has dementia.
My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's & I want to help other families/caregivers to be better educated on ways to help their loved ones with Alzheimer's.
To mark National Family Caregivers Month, we're recognizing a few of the more than 518,000 Michigan family members and friends serving as caregivers.
Your story lets others know they are not alone.
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