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GOOD BASIC INFORMATION ON DEMENTIA AND CAREGIVING:
The Care Home Designer. This wonderful website designs products specific to the understanding that dementia can affect a person in so many ways. Mr. Peter Rose has an appreciation that each person is an individual with their own unique, individual needs. See how he puts his understanding to work with each product... thecarehomedesigner.com.
TabTime. I sure wish I knew about these products when Mom was still living on her own! My favorite is TabTime's Automatic Pill Dispenser, WAIT until you take a look at this!!! Here is a link to their home page: tabtime.com
Shadowbox Press: Innovative and creative products that help communicate with your loved one while putting a smile on their faces. Take a quick look to see these delightful and pleasing, interactive products. CLICK HERE
November 2022: What Causes Alzheimer's? Scientists Are Re-Thinking The Answer
PRODUCTS FOR HEALTH. iGuerburn.com:
Founded in 2011, iGuerburn Inc is the one stop shop for seniors, especially the older peoples with alzheimer’s or dementia. We know how age, disability, injury, and chronic illness can affect the quality of day-to-day life. Our aim is to help people live their life to the fullest, with fewer restrictions. iGuerburn strives to provide quality products, exceptional customer service along with our 100% Guarantee policy. If you or a loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, you are not alone.
October 2022: Alerta Family We strive to offer innovative products for the family caregiver and for the care recipient suffering from dementia. Our offering allows the caregiver to tend to the demands of family and a busy household, with the assurance that his/her loved one is safe, nearby, and able to do normal activities.
October 2022: Kerr Medical Corporation, a family-owned business that really makes a difference; a difference in your life, the life of the person you care for, and ultimately through our charitable contributions, to make a real difference in our world.
August 2022: MesotheliomaHope
May 2022 (introduced in Newsletter)
RECENT, March 2022 *Using Divalproex or a Combination of Divalproex and a Neuroleptic
RECENT *Has a treatment for Alzheimer's been sitting on pharmacy shelves for decades? Scientists have two possible candidates
RECENT *Research Roundup: Amino Acids Might Fend Off Dementia and Alzheimer’s and More
*Triggers and Signs of Caregiver Burnout
*Likely Cause of Alzheimer's Identified in Recent Study
*Folate is Directly Linked to Prevention of Alzhemer's
Vic's Personal Note:
These are the best basic "ABCs" explanations I have ever run across.
*Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's drug shows promise. But will it succeed where so many drugs have failed?
*The Next Frontier in Alzheimer's Research, AARP Article
*Things That Raise Your Chances of Dementia
*Dementia vs. Alzheimer's: The Biggest Difference
When It's More Than Just Forgetfulness
*New Study: Sleep is Literally a Deep Clean for Your Brain
*Breakthroughs in Alzheimer's Research
*New Blood Test Could Detect Alzheimer's
*Alzheimer’s Memory Loss Reversed by New Head Device Using Electromagnetic Waves
*Alzheimer's Poses A Greater Risk to Older Women Than Breast Cancer
*Alzheimer's Detectable 18 years Before Diagnosis, Study Shows
*Certain Personality Traits Could Increase Your Risk For Alzheimer's
Legal Matter & Financial Planning
Guardianship / Conservatorship
Estate planning is essential for everyone, and it becomes even more important as we get older.
Even though we understand no one enjoys planning on what happens to their estate after they are gone, we wanted to make a guide that lays out everything a person needs to know about the process.
That's why we made a page called 25 Steps for Estate Planning, which highlights all the things people need to have in order during the process. Check it out:
Resource Suggestion - CLICK HERE: 25 Steps for Estate Planning
CONTACT: Charlie Baker, Travis Walker Law
*Legal & Financial Planning for Those With Alzheimer's
*Estate Planning Basics You Need To Know
Caregivers and Aging
*"More to Life" ADULT DAYCARE
Also see "RESPITE CARE" IN "Reno Resources" or scroll down. . .
Symptoms & Remedy
*7 Tips For Reducing Sundowning
*Canine Dementia - Signs, Symptoms & Treatment
*Dementia in Dogs: 6 Ways to Deal With the Effects
*Alarming Triggers for Alzheimer's Disease
*12 Ways to Prevent Alzheimer's
*How Working the Body Can Help The Aging Mind
*9 Brain Boosters to Help Memory
I know!! This seems like a no-brainer, but this new survey looks at access to guns by people with dementia. Egads!
RENO NV RESOURCES
(click on "bold" or first few words)
*Barbara Lewison is with Seniors in Service. She is the Respite Voucher Program Coordinator. Call her on Monday at 775-358-2768 or 775-358-2322.
*Community Foundation, Caregiver's Toolkit
Organizing financial and household records, Overseeing Movers, and more.
*"More to Life" ADULT DAYCARE
*How People Deal With Loss, Grief
Well Known Advocates
NEW ADDITIONS/INTERVIEWS IN BLUE
*Rob Lowe: I Was My Sick Mother's Caregiver
*Patti Davis: Floating In The Deep End (Daughter of Nancy and Ronald Reagan)
*Patti Davis & Maria Schriver Interview: on "Floating In The Deep End."
Go to Books, in the "Grief" section
"Sundowning," #9 & #10
Blogs, "Legal Preparedness," & PODCAST
RECENTLY ADDED ARTICLES, NEWS STORIES AND HELPFUL WEBSITES
LEGAL & FINANCAL
DAY CARE / RESIDENCES
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