Understand wandering and how to address it
Nov 30, 2020
Mayo Clinic – Wandering and becoming lost is common among people with Alzheimer's disease or other disorders causing dementia. This behavior can happen in the early stages of dementia — even if the person has never wandered in the past.
If a person with dementia is returning from regular walks or drives later than usual or is forgetting how to get to familiar places, he or she...
Oct 29, 2020
Association for Psychological Science – We may wish some memories could last a lifetime, but many physical and emotional factors can negatively impact our ability to retain information throughout life.
A new study in the journal Psychological Science found that people who feel enthusiastic and cheerful—what psychologists call “positive affect”—are less likely to experience memory decline as they age. This result adds to a growing body of research on positive affect’s role in...
"Older adults who aren't interested or enthusiastic about their usual activities may have a higher risk of developing dementia, new research suggests." – WebMD
Oct 14, 2020
American Academy of Neurology |
MINNEAPOLIS – Older adults with severe apathy, or lack of interest in usual activities, may have a greater chance of developing dementia than people with few symptoms of apathy, according to a study published in the October 14, 2020, online issue of Neurology®, the medical...
"Over 6 months of follow-up, investigators noted that participants in the intervention group were able to improve their lifestyle and had higher cognition scores than those in the control group."
Lifestyle improvements may lessen cognitive decline |
Sep, 10, 2020
Wiley – Results from a new study suggest that lifestyle changes may help to improve cognition in older adults experiencing cognitive decline that precedes dementia.
In the study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 119 individuals...
Kiick was a vital member of the 1972 Dolphins team that went 17-0 and won Super Bowl VII and repeated as champs the following year by winning Super Bowl VIII.
ESPN – Former Miami Dolphins running back Jim Kiick has died, the team announced Saturday. He was 73.
Kiick had been living in an assisted living home for the past few years. His daughter, Allie Kiick, a professional tennis player, said he had Alzheimer's disease.
Top 10 Alzheimer's Signs & Symptoms |
The Fisher Center for Alzheimer's Research Foundation |
When does an ordinary memory lapse indicate something more serious, like early Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia? Look for these ten common signs ...
1. Memory Loss
Forgetting recently learned information is one of the most common early signs of dementia.
A person begins to forget more often and is unable to recall the information later.
What's normal? Forgetting names or appointments occasionally.
"Pound for pound, Willie was the best tackler in the game." – Vince Lombardi
Made game-turning play in Super Bowl against Chiefs |
Feb. 3, 2020
New York Times – A Hall of Famer who was a key figure in Vince Lombardi’s dynasty and played on five championship teams in the 1960s has died.
Willie Wood, who was overlooked in the N.F.L. draft but forged a Hall of Fame career as one of pro football’s greatest defensive backs, playing...
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