As a caregiver for a loved one with middle stage dementia, it can be overwhelming to see them change and struggle with recognition and irrational behavior. Learn about caregiver burnout and how to get help for yourself and your loved one with dementia.
Learn about a proposed program for accountable care organizations that focuses on person-centered care for individuals with dementia. The program includes an RN team leader, patient and family involvement, and comprehensive individual profiles to improve communication and care coordination.
Learn about the causes and consequences of high blood pressure (HBP) and how to lower your risk through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes. Discover the importance of prevention for hypertension and the health risks associated with this silent disease.
Sundowner's syndrome is a condition that affects individuals with dementia or Alzheimer's, causing increased confusion, agitation, and restlessness as the day progresses.
Learn about the most common causes, including small strokes and hypertension, and how to recognize the symptoms of this type of dementia. Explore treatment options and ways to prevent damage from transient ischemic attacks.
Subcortical Dementia Syndrome (Binswanger's Disease) is a type of dementia that affects the subcortical areas of the brain, causing symptoms such as tremors, memory difficulties, and emotional instability.