Alzheimer’s and the holidays

Families with Alzheimer’s patients must evaluate the impact the holidays can potentially have on their loved ones. Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease and isn’t predictable in its progression. It doesn’t affect any two patients the same way and doesn’t present follow the same timeline for entering the next phase. That’s why it’s important to assess […]

Safety Technology For Alzheimer’s Patients

One of the more troublesome behaviors of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients is the tendency wander off. Even during the early stages of the disease this condition can be problematic. If a patient still possesses the ability to walk, then things can become dicey when mobility is combined with forgetfulness. Even mild bouts of forgetfulness can […]

Priorities For Dementia Care Seminar

The Westminster Forum Projects is hosting a senior-level keynote seminar on Tuesday, 19th January 2016. If you’re in the London area or plan to be, please consider attending. Details below: Priorities for dementia care: funding, research and integration Tuesday, 19th January 2016 Central London This event is CPD certified Guest of Honour: Professor Alistair […]

ED Drug Study For Dementia

The tagline “It may be a question of blood flow” may soon apply to a certain form of dementia as well as to erectile dysfunction. Funding amounting to nearly $500,000 was announced by the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF) and the Alzheimer’s Society UK for a study to investigate the efficacy of a popular ED […]