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The first of a seven part series on the FAQs on Alzheimer's disease and dementia
14 May 2010
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Harold's wife has dementia and he cares for her full time. He explains how a one-off carer's grant payment of 200 pounds has made a difference to him and his wife. Follow us on Twitter at *******www.Twitter****/Digital_Kent
25 Jul 2011
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*******www.laughteryoga**** This is an excellent DVD by Allan O' Meara a certified laughter yoga teacher from Canada BC who has been trained by Dr Kataria. He has shown different techniques of doing laughter yoga session with seniors. He has also given important guidelines about conducting laughter session with elderly people while they are sitting on chairs. Since the cognitive abilities in seniors are compromised due to senile dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, they find it difficult to comprehend humor. Therefore, Laughter Yoga is the ideal form of exercise routine that can help them to get complete health benefits of laughter.
13 Dec 2010
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BY DAN CORNFIELD ANCHOR JENNIFER MECKLES You're watching multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. It’s been 27 years since the Alzheimer’s Association issued its last set of guidelines for identifying and defining Alzheimer’s disease. Now, researchers have new data which has separated the disease into three stages. The Pre-clinical stage is the time up to 10 years before any symptoms occur. Stage two, Cognitive Impairment, refers to the stage when mild signs begin to become prevalent. Finally, Dementia is the period most people are familiar with, when memory and brain function suffer the most. Dr. Jennifer Ashton breaks down the logic behind the new guidelines for CBS’ Early Show. Ashton- “Well the bulk of research Chris, in Alzheimer’s disease, is really centering on that Preclinical phase ... The thinking now is that Alzheimer’s disease really represents a progressive disorder that really exists on a continuum or spectrum of time where people can have disease way before it’s actually apparent...” Once the disease is properly identified, CNN’s Madison Park says a patient has more options and possibilities. Park- “Current therapies usually don't make much difference. The aim of identifying the disease earlier is to get patients in the pipeline for research for future treatment. When the disease isn't identified until later in its progression, patients are more impaired and treatments are even less effective.” While the medical world is excited about the new progress, Dr. Marc Siegel tells Fox News, patients and doctors need to be cautious about using the new guidelines. He argues this is a step in the right direction, but not a medical breakthrough. Siegel- “You can already see a downside to this because you might be saying as I’m saying this, you might be thinking well wait a minute, what about people getting misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s? Especially since we don’t have any good, proven treatments to offer them yet. So this is more of a research tool in my opinion.” The new guidelines were released just as Capitol Hill debates how to provide better care for Alzheimer’s patients. A writer for the New York Times explains how even the current budget fight could affect Alzheimer’s research. “The drive to diagnose Alzheimer’s before it has progressed into profound dementia is also reflected in a bill introduced in Congress this month, which would create specific Medicare cost codes for Alzheimer’s diagnosis, including steps involving discussions between the patient’s doctor and caregivers, a recognition that keeping family members well-informed can result in better planning and care.” That wasn’t the only study released this week on Alzheimer's. Another found pre-Alzheimer patients struggled with simple things -- like detecting little white lies. “Healthy older participants did fine at distinguishing the truth from lies. But older adults with dementia affecting their frontal lobes — the seat of judgment and self-control in the brain — had a hard time telling the difference between sarcasm, lies and truth.” Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
23 Apr 2011
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Alzheimer's Care - We Know a Place can help you find the best Alzheimer's Care for your loved one. Call 1-800-500-PLACE Finding the best Alzheimer's Care can also be overwhelming and at times a difficult process. Many family caregivers do not know where to start their search. What do they look for? How much will it cost? Can mom or dad live at home? And the list goes on. Finding the right option for Alzheimer's Care can definitely be a chore, but the good news is we are here to help. Our experienced staff will help you find the best options for you and your loved one. Best of all our service is 100% free. Let us help you find the best Alzheimer Care options for your loved one. There is no obligation, so there is nothing to lose. lzheimer's Disease and Dementia definitely can affect the entire family. Depending on the level of dementia, Alzheimer's Care can literally be a full time job. Is it any wonder that many families feel helpless when caring for their aging love one with Alzheimer's Disease? At some point family caregivers will need to look for help. *******www.weknowaplace****/Elder_Care_CA/Alzheimers-Care.aspx
14 Jul 2011
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At Home Neighborly Nurse, offering professional at-home care throughout Cuyahoga County, Lorain County and Medina County. We provide perfect solution for seniors suffering from Alzheimers, Dementia Brain Injury and Multiple Sclerosis as well as younger adults with disabilities or recovering from injury. You can choose different plan of care like for as little as 2 hours a day and up to 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to suit your health care needs.
23 Nov 2011
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*******www.almaviaofcamarillo**** - AlmaVia of Camarillo provides much needed assisted living and dementia care services to older adults in a warm, intimate environment that celebrates the dignity and individuality of each resident.
12 Mar 2012
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Featuring two young girls who appear in The Journey Remembered videos. www.thejourneyremembered**** The Journey Remembered DVDs are designed to entertain and engage memory loss patients, including those suffering from Alzheimer's and dementia
19 Jun 2012
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DVD available www.facebook****/endcreditsdocu “End Credits” is an independent documentary by Marc Cosyns and Alexander Decommere, shot and finished in 2012. The filmmakers point their camera at euthanasia in practice, ten years since the Belgian law was finalized in 2002. The film had premières in Ghent and Antwerp on January 24th and 26th, 2013. Since 2002, euthanasia is legal in Belgium. Still, anno 2013, there are a lot of questions unanswered. What is possible? What is accepted? For whom? And what lies beyond euthanasia? Lydia Chagoll outlines what made the legalisation of euthanasia possible, while Maddy Buysse symbolizes a possible future. The filmmakers follow Adelin and Eva, two very different people who are at the dawn of the end of their lives. Adelin, 83 years old, is confronted with dementia, while Eva, 34, wants her unbearable and never ending mental suffering to stop. Both people ask for help with and care for a decent farewell and passing away. Through organ donation, Eva would like to add meaning to her death. A group of individuals who follow, study and understand the Belgian law of euthanasia, give us their insights on these complex issues. "End Credits" © Marc Cosyns & Alexander Decommere, 2013 All rights reserved.
15 Feb 2013
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Welcome to Shalom -- an elegant, privately run care home situated on the outskirts of Norwich and overlooking the picturesque Yare Valley. At Shalom we provide specialist care for older people with dementia within a warm, homely atmosphere. Our experienced team works closely with residents and their families to create personalised care plans focussing on unique needs, interests, choices and values. We actively encourage our residents to stay as independent as possible and our Activities Coordinator organises many different events and pastimes to promote wellbeing. We always have a big, friendly welcome ready for residents' families, friends and all other visitors. Shalom currently caters for 25 residents within an attractive period property bordered by two secure gardens, featuring a fountain and mature trees. We are set far back from the road yet close to local amenities, and have recently been granted planning permission to build an additional seven bedrooms. Unlike larger homes we don't have vast clinical areas that can confuse the elderly; instead room sizes are more in keeping with those our residents have been accustomed to in their own homes. Our aim is to provide a caring, happy and stimulating atmosphere in the spirit of companionship, security and independence, whilst respecting residents' privacy and dignity at all times
10 Jun 2013
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Up to 50 per cent of Canadians with dementia wait too long for diagnosis - ******* Distributed by OneLoad****
21 Jan 2014
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Grand Opening of Evergreen Cottages which provides residents with Dementia and Alzheimer's the highest level of care in a Modern new green building.
3 Jun 2017
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Assisted living in San Diego Assisted living, Memory Care, Alzheimer's and Dementia Care *Compassionate care with a commitment to quality and excellence is something every person deserves. We are dedicated to providing an environment where the safety of our residents is a primary concern, and our commitment to serve their physical, emotional and social needs with dignity and respect is a core value. We partner with you to develop a plan to best suit your loved one’s needs. We know that serving the memory impaired takes understanding and patience and that knowing each resident and understanding their needs each day leads to comfort for our residents and peace for their families. Assisted Living Services Call us now at (888) 365-4586
13 Jul 2017
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Evergreen Cottages provides the highest level of care in a Modern new green building who is suffering with Dementia and Alzheimer's.
7 Oct 2017
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Dear friends in this video we have discussed about 20 bad foods for brain that are may cause memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes, obesity or other health issues. If you take these foods on regular basis it may cause severe health issues. I am giving you brief summary about this: Ice Creams: Donuts: French Fries: Alcohol: Fruit Juices: Excessive Salt: Excessive White rice: Canned Tuna: Frozen Pizza: There is one best solution for all brain problems that is Moringa Oleifera capsules. These herbal pills are 100% pure natural and side effect frees. These natural pills sharpen mind, increase alertness, reverse forgetfulness and boost concentration power.
31 Dec 2018
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Today we are talking about an Alzheimer's disease. What is Alzheimer? Short-term memory loss is an early sign of Alzheimer’s (Dementia).
20 Jun 2019
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