Get the facts about Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia in older adults. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and caregiving.
Get home safety tips that help a person with Alzheimer’s disease age in place. Learn what to do about driving, emergencies, and more.
Get tips for coping with sundowning—restlessness or agitation in the late afternoon and early evening in a person with Alzheimer’s.
Get tips to help children and grandchildren understand Alzheimer’s disease, plus ideas for spending time together.
Going to the hospital can be stressful for someone with Alzheimer’s or other dementia. Know what to expect and what to do in the ER and upon admission.
Get tips to help a person with Alzheimer’s dementia be active. Learn about planning trips to restaurants or a mall, art museums, parks, or theaters.
Read tips to help someone with Alzheimer’s dementia with grooming, dressing, health, and care of nails and teeth—at home or at a barber or hair salon.
Get an overview of frontotemporal dementia, primary progressive aphasia, and related movement disorders. Learn about their symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and care.
Learn about caring for family and friends who live far from home. Questions about safety, health issues, and moving are answered in this NIA guide.
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