Alzheimer's: Latest Research, Treatment and Help for Caregivers
In advance of the national Alzheimer’s Foundation conference, which will be held in Portland this year, we discuss the latest in Alzheimer’s research and treatments, as well as guidance for caregivers.
Dr. Rachael Blake, geriatric medicine specialist, Maine Medical Center
Drew Wyman, Alzheimer's Association, Maine Chapter
Vanessa Broga, director and long term care administrator, Alzheimer’s Care Center, part of MaineGeneral Rehabilitation and Long Term Care
Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (by phone), presdient and CEO, Alzheimer's Foundation of America
Valerie Sauda (by phone), assistant professor, Husson University School of Nursing, certified gerontological nurse
Ed Antz (by phone), caregiver for his sister who lives in Farmingdale
- Researchers Explore Why Women's Alzheimer's Risk Is Higher Than Men's
- A complicated connection between sleep and Alzheimer’s risk
- Is Aerobic Exercise The Right Prescription For Staving Off Alzheimer's?
- Is targeting brain inflammation the key to beating Alzheimer's disease?
- A Genetic Test That Reveals Alzheimer's Risk Can Be Cathartic Or Distressing
- Doing these five things could decrease your risk of Alzheimer's by 60 percent, study shows
- Disappointment Surrounding Alzheimer’s Treatment Has Reached Almost Mythical Heights. But Is There A ‘Cabal’ Behind All Those Failures?
- Alzheimer’s Foundation of America Announces 2019 National Educating America Tour Events
- Maine Area Agencies on Aging
- What Is Inflammation?
- Learn about the Alzheimer's Foundation of America's event in Maine on Aug. 6, 2019
- Alzheimer's disease and the Mediterranean diet
- Tips for Coping with 'Sundowning'
- Alzheimer's Disease in People with Down Syndrome