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Special memory care issue: Gaming tech meets brain health, new views on Alzheimer's research, CMS ethics compliance and more.
Medications designed to combat dementia symptoms often interact with other medications, creating a swirl of adverse drug events, says ASCP president Joseph Marek, RPh, CPG.
Congrats to Issaquah Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Issaquah, Washington, winner of the inaugural OPTIMA Award for Excellence in Memory Care!
Dementia expert and author John Zeisel, PhD, discusses the “I’m Still Here” care model at the Memory Care Forum in San Diego.
Researchers have developed an algorithm to recognize early signs of dementia with impressive accuracy.
The Senate Appropriations Committee approved funding an additional $414 million for dementia and Alzheimer’s research in the coming fiscal year.
The mobile game that’s helping researchers collect and better understand navigation paths with dementia is going a step further through virtual reality.
Canadian researchers are building a prototype of a virtual assistant that could help people with memory loss complete daily tasks.
An Australian town has built a unique garden where visitors are encouraged to smell—and touch—the roses.
Researchers may have found a noninvasive technique that detects dementia with the same accuracy as traditional standard invasive methods.
A Canadian study has connected memory loss and a confused nose. Could it lead to earlier detection of Alzheimer’s disease?
A resident's advance directive has turned into a legal battle with family members who say the assisted living provider shouldn't be helping her eat.
A British arts program is trying to change the public perception of dementia