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How to help a loved one cope with dementia-related decision-making changes

Dementia and other neurological disorders can have devasting effects on the patient and their family. One of the ways dementia changes someone’s life is its impact on decision-making: the ability to gather and process information [...]

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What to consider as you age and contemplate whether it’s time to stop driving

Driving and aging, dementia or other memory loss conditions are hard topics to discuss with loved ones. When to stop driving is a difficult thing to consider for yourself, as it can mean the loss […]

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Dementia risk increases dramatically after age 60 — here’s what to watch for

Symptoms of dementia in older adults aren’t reflected in the occasional mental slip, but a more substantial decline — the kind of drop in mental ability that interferes with daily activities and affects independence. Misplacing [...]

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Dementia or normal aging? 5 signs to look for with memory loss

For adults, particularly in their 60s and 70s, occasional forgetfulness is nothing to worry about. Sometimes you forget what day it is but remember it later. It’s common for older adults to occasionally forget something […]

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When is memory loss more serious than normal aging?

It’s common for people as they get older to experience some difficulty with memory — such things as forgetting a birthday or misplacing car keys. But what if it is persistent? How can aging adults tell […]

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How to help a loved one cope with dementia-related decision-making changes

Dementia and other neurological disorders can have devasting effects on the patient and their family. One of the ways dementia changes someone’s life is its impact on decision-making: the ability to gather and process information [...]

Read Full Story

What to consider as you age and contemplate whether it’s time to stop driving

Driving and aging, dementia or other memory loss conditions are hard topics to discuss with loved ones. When to stop driving is a difficult thing to consider for yourself, as it can mean the loss […]

Read Full Story

Dementia risk increases dramatically after age 60 — here’s what to watch for

Symptoms of dementia in older adults aren’t reflected in the occasional mental slip, but a more substantial decline — the kind of drop in mental ability that interferes with daily activities and affects independence. Misplacing [...]

Read Full Story

Dementia or normal aging? 5 signs to look for with memory loss

For adults, particularly in their 60s and 70s, occasional forgetfulness is nothing to worry about. Sometimes you forget what day it is but remember it later. It’s common for older adults to occasionally forget something […]

Read Full Story

When is memory loss more serious than normal aging?

It’s common for people as they get older to experience some difficulty with memory — such things as forgetting a birthday or misplacing car keys. But what if it is persistent? How can aging adults tell […]

Read Full Story

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