Dementia and Behaviors

A representative from the Alzheimer’s Association talks about dementia and changes in behavior.

9 Alzheimer’s Association Resources You Need

The Alzheimer’s Association offers some truly amazing resources you may not even realize you need. But you do! The following list of resources in particular are extremely useful to Alzheimer’s patients and their families:

10 Tips to Keep Your Loved One Safe at Home

If you’re a caregiver to someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia then you have many things on your mind, including a variety of safety concerns. When providing care at home, you’ll need to make some adjustments to maximize safety, but try not to feel overwhelmed.

Dementia Interview with Dr. Lena Ernst

Dr. Ernst is an appointee to the policy advisory committee for the New Mexico Department of Aging and is a board member at the Alzheimer’s Association, New Mexico Chapter

Dementia Dilemma – When to Get Help If a Parent is Home Alone

It can be hard to determine whether it’s safe for your parent to live at home with mild dementia. You don’t want to take away her independence early, but you don’t want to wait for a major incident before you transition her to another form of care.