What’s the Difference Between Forgetfulness, Memory Loss, and Dementia?

Some minor memory loss may be a normal part of growing older, and people may joke about “senior moments” in conversation. However, there is a point where a normal aging process becomes something more serious as we forget things and memories are lost. Let’s discuss the differences between normal forgetfulness, memory loss, and dementia .

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Preparing for the Progression of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is an unpredictable disease , which makes it difficult to manage. It is also a progressive disease. Caregivers should prepare for the emotional, physical, and financial challenges that can come about when a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. For help preparing for the progression of Alzheimer’s, continue reading.

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Being Present with Dementia in Your Loved One’s Lives

Dementia is a diagnosis that most commonly affects seniors. With dementia, individuals are more likely to forget things and have difficulties living independently. If someone you love has been diagnosed with dementia, there are many ways to be present when in their presence. Learn more about these strategies by reading on.

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