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A Virginia resale boutique pledged $125k toward a memory care retrofit at an area senior living facility.
Kevin and Avonte’s Law would renew and expand resources for family members, first responders to find missing loved ones who wander, including those with dementia.
Advocacy groups say the government’s £132 million funding for Alzheimer’s research needs to be doubled for at least the next five years.
Recent findings offer more support for primavanserin, an antipsychotic that works more effectively than other widely-used drugs—and without the damaging side effects.
Researchers have found a connection between how the brain breaks down glucose and onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
A bold new campaign shows how dementia can cause creativity to disappear and leads to confusion.
Residents with dementia made toys for children in Texas who were affected by the hurricane.
Four Republican Assembly members have drafted bills to provide support for those with dementia and their families.
Heritage Senior Living has developed a person-centered approach for memory care that is supported by physical surroundings.
Increased risk factors for dementia can begin earlier in life than you think, especially for hypertensive women.
Researchers from the UK have promising findings that a vaccine derived from a cucumber virus could be a preventive treatment for Alzheimer's disease.
The connection between trauma and dementia is gaining in attention, but some researchers say sleep also is a crucial factor in how the brain deals with cellular degeneration.