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A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be frightening both for you and your loved ones. These articles can help you recognize the signs and symptoms, cope with your worries, and plan for the road ahead.
Dementia Symptoms, Types, and Causes
Understanding dementia and what you can do to improve the outcome
Recognizing the symptoms and coping with a diagnosis
Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia—or Slowing its Progress
What you can do to reduce your risk or delay symptoms
Age-Related Memory Loss
What’s normal, what’s not, and when to seek help
Tips for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregivers
Preparing for the road ahead and getting the help you need
The signs, symptoms, treatment options and how to slow it down
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behavior Management
Tips for managing common symptoms in dementia patients
Parkinson’s Disease and Parkinson’s Dementia
Recognizing the symptoms and getting the help you need
Lewy Body Dementia
Learn how to recognize the symptoms and cope with a diagnosis
What’s Causing Your Memory Loss?
It’s Not Necessarily Alzheimer’s
Recognizing Alzheimer’s Disease
Early warning signs and diagnosis
When a Loved One is Terminally Ill
Talking about death and making end-of-life decisions
Coping with an Alzheimer’s or Dementia Diagnosis
Gaining acceptance and maintaining your quality of life for longer