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Differences Between Dementia & Alzheimer's - Alternatives for ... More

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Often misdiagnosed, FTD progresses differently from Alzheimer's but may show similar symptoms. What are its common signs? Read more.

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SUNDOWNING occurs most often in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s/other dementias. Studies estimate up to 20 % of persons with Alzheimer's/other dementias will experience increased confusion, anxiety & agitation as the day ends (sun sets). Others may experience changes in their sleep schedule & restlessness during the night. These disruptions in the sleep-wake cycle often lead to more behavioral problems causing a serious challenge for families. ~ Lori

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from Verywell

8 Common Causes of Dementia

Various Types and Causes of Dementia. For more information, click on the pin.

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Vascular dementia is a general term that describes problems with reasoning, planning, judgment, memory and other thought processes, caused by brain damage due to impaired blood flow to the brain.

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Alzheimer's & Dementia Weekly: Vascular Dementia Caused by Plaque Build-Up in Arteries

This is one of my favourite #infographics The 8 types of #dementia you rarely hear about
from DailyCaring

8 Forms of Dementia You Might Not Know About [Infographic

This is one of my favourite #infographics The 8 types of #dementia you rarely hear about

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from AgingCare.com

Broken Record: What to Say When Dementia Causes Them to Repeat

Here are some tips on how to respond when dementia causes elderly parents to repeat themselves. An occupational therapist and dementia expert offers suggestions for how to handle situations in which seniors with dementia repeat themselves.

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from Buenosgracia Travel Blog

DONATION TO THE ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF CANADA

Buenosgracia Enterprise has teamed up with The Alzheimer Society of Canada (ASC) for its fundraising activities. ASC is Canada’s leading health charity for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Please give generously to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.They are working hard to provide Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow… to the over 500,000 people living with dementia in Canada. Here’s the link to their donation page: http://www.alzheimer.ca/en/DonateNow