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The Alzheimer's Reading Room is the publisher of high quality expert information and news for the Alzheimer's and dementia community.
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Can you die from Alzheimer's disease? Dying for the Alzheimer's patient is marked by little if any verbal output, complete dependency in all aspects of daily living, which include episodes of aspiration, urinary tract infections, .....
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“If people understood this one simple fact it might help change the way they think about and view a person living with Alzheimer's.” http://bit.ly/2RMyXHA
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Dementia Patients Face Needless Transitions in Last 90 Days of Life
“Health care transitions, such as moves from the nursing home (or home) to the hospital, can result in medical errors, lack of care coordination, and for persons with advanced dementia – emotional distress and agitation.” http://bit.ly/2D9QyoV

#healthcare #nursinghome #alzheimers #dementia #alzheimerscare #hospital #endoflife #caregivers #assistedlivng
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Difficult parent with dementia
People with dementia often exhibit behaviors that are frustrating, embarrassing, and sometimes even dangerous to the caregiver and others. Bing recommends Dealing with Difficult Behavior Caused by Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia To learn more about Alzheim...
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The Alzheimer's Reading Room
The goal of the Alzheimer's Reading Room is to help everyone to better understand, cope, and communicate with a person living with dementia. About the Alzheimer's Reading Room We help Alzheimer’s patients to live a better life . We accomplish this by provid...
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Interesting research. A deep learning algorithm (artificial intelligence) developed for early prediction of Alzheimer achieved 100 percent sensitivity at detecting Alzheimer's an average of 75.8 months prior to the diagnosis of the disease.
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#alzheimer hashtag#dementia hashtag#brain hashtag#research hashtag#ceo hashtag#activitydirector hashtag#assistedliving hashtag#doctors hashtag#memorytesting hashtag#alzheimersresearch hashtag#health hashtag#brainhealth #artificalintelligence #learning
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Artificial intelligence predicts Alzheimer's
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology improves the ability of brain imaging to predict Alzheimer's disease. Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease has proven to be challenging. Research has linked the progression of Alzheimer's disease to changes in metab...
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Dementia Care 10 Practical Suggestions for Coping With Grief
Dementia caregivers and those who care for persons living with Alzheimer's are especially vulnerable to grief; and, if they are not careful these feelings can overwhelm them.

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When a person living with Alzheimer’s or dementia acts mean or says something that isn’t true we have a tendency to argue with or correct them - blame them.
This is how we cope in what I call the real world. However, this won’t work in what I call Alzheimer’s World. In fact, if you argue or continuously correct a person living with Alzheimer’s you will end up having a bad day.
When you blame a person living with dementia for something they did you should try to remember - it is not their fault.
In order to succeed with an Alzheimer’s patient you must accept the way they act, the way they react, and the way in which they perceive the world. In other words. Accept their reality. And their reality is often very different than our reality.
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When a person living with Alzheimer’s or dementia acts mean or says something that isn’t true we have a tendency to argue with or correct them - blame them.
This is how we cope in what I call the real world. However, this won’t work in what I call Alzheimer’s World. In fact, if you argue or continuously correct a person living with Alzheimer’s you will end up having a bad day.
When you blame a person living with dementia for something they did you should try to remember - it is not their fault.
In order to succeed with an Alzheimer’s patient you must accept the way they act, the way they react, and the way in which they perceive the world. In other words. Accept their reality. And their reality is often very different than our reality.
Learn More - https://bit.ly/2xYgbrN

Please Share this with others, and Follow Our Page to get more articles like this one.

Join with 41,214 active readers who already subscribe to the AlzheimersReadingRoom.com . This is a free service. Be first to get notified about our new articles.
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#alzheimersreadingroom #blame #alzheimers #dementia #caregiving #health #activitydirector #doctor #nurses #activitydirector #assistedliving #memorycare
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