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To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms. #Alzheimer'sDementiaCaregiving

To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms. #Alzheimer'sDementiaCaregiving

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Anosognosia and Alzheimer's

Anosognosia is a lack of awareness that affects many people with Alzheimer's. A Place for Mom gives tips on how to deal with it in loved ones

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Share this pix with those who have family or friends affected by Alzheimers or dementia. This information is also ideal for caregivers who may not have had training on how to communicate more effectively with those suffering from Alzheimers or dementia.

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Dementia Care Dos and Don'ts: Dealing with Dementia

Dementia can cause aggression, confusion and other difficult problems. Read about some common dementia behaviors and learn how to respond.

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7 Stages of Alzheimers Disease Infographic

Researchers have shown that clearance of the substance amyloid-beta that forms plaques is impaired in individuals with Alzheimer’s. A group of 12 individuals with early Alzheimer’s were compared to 12 cognitively normal individuals of the

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Anosognosia and Alzheimer's

More than just denial, anosognosia is a lack of awareness of impairment – a person does not even know they are ill – and it affects up to 81% of those with Alzheimer’s disease.

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Understanding and dealing with loved ones' dementia behaviors may be stressful, but consider these tips listed below to help you get through the moment.

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5 Tips for Caregivers

So, you have opted to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or another debilitating disease, yourself. Very noble and loving, also very stressful. This poster shows some easy things to do to help manage stress, always remember, the caregiver needs loving care as well.

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Staying Sane When Caring for a Loved One who has Dementia

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