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In this issue: The 2017 OPTIMA Award winners, diabetes medication management, infection control programs, disaster planning and more.
A Canadian study has connected memory loss and a confused nose. Could it lead to earlier detection of Alzheimer’s disease?
A British arts program is trying to change the public perception of dementia
A study of the naked mole rat has led a researcher to explore the connection between bone loss and Alzheimer’s pathology.
I Advance Senior Care is proud to announce the winner of the inaugural OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Memory Care.
Penn Medicine researchers have found that a dementia diagnosis can cause people with the neurodegenerative disease to report lower self-assessments on their quality of life.
The extensive demographic analysis examines Massachussetts' readiness to care for its growing population of older adults. How would your state fare under the report's recommendations?
A new reminiscence therapy helps take people with dementia remember to root, root, root for the home team.
The national memory care provider is building its fifth site in the Chicago area—this time, a 47,000 sq. ft. community that will serve up to 90 residents with dementia.
This year's winner is changing the face of memory care in Connecticut.
NAAPCC’s Diane Mockbee shares the dos and don’ts on communicating with residents who have dementia.
The House Appropriations Committee has approved a $400 million increase in dementia research at the National Institutes of Health for fiscal year 2018.
College students are empowering people with dementia to create works of art through a university program that’s opening minds—and hearts.