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1. DEMENTIA BEHAVIORS ARTICLES

As dementia progresses, behaviors change in response to increased confusion, paranoia, anger and agitation. Behaviors may include sleepiness, wandering, repetitive actions, and abusive verbal or physical aggression. (70)       

2. DEMENTIA BEHAVIORS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

As dementia progresses, behaviors change in response to increased confusion, paranoia, anger and agitation. Behaviors may include sleepiness, wandering, repetitive actions, and abusive verbal or physical aggressionne.  (554)

3. DEMENTIA BEHAVIORS DISCUSSIONS

As dementia progresses, behaviors change in response to increased confusion, paranoia, anger and agitation. Behaviors may include sleepiness, wandering, repetitive actions, and abusive verbal or physical aggressioncept. (36)

4. DEMENTIA WANDERING ARTICLES

Fatigue and loneliness are usually the first two personal issues for a family caregiver. Both are difficult to manage, but in combination form a major obstacle for caregivers seeking to adjust to new physical work and being alone. (23)

5. DEMENTIA WANDERING QUESTION AND ANSWERS

This category deals with difficult issues. There are stories and concepts presented to help family caregivers find a way out of the dilemmas they are facing. The material is intended to move caregivers' attitudes to hope and happiness. (63)

6. DEMENTIA WANDERING DISCUSSIONS

Wandering behavior among people with dementia often leading to getting lost. Patients often have a clear purpose in their intent, however are confused about their current surroundings. A critical concern when patients are lost. (5)

7. MILD DEMENTIA ARTICLES

Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) causes a slight but noticeable and measureable decline in cognitive abilities, including memory and thinking and skills. (5)

8. MILD DEMENTIA QUESTIONS

A person with MCI is at an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's or another dementia. Common symptoms are memory loss, personality changes, misplacing objects, difficulty solving problems, organizing, expressing ideas. (44)

9. MILD DEMENTIA DISCUSSIONS

Dementia occurs due to physical changes in the brain and is a progressive disease, meaning it gets worse over time. For some people, dementia progresses rapidly, while it takes years to reach an advanced stage for others. (5)

10. MODERATE DEMENTIA ARTICLES

The progression of dementia depends greatly on the underlying cause of the dementia. While people will experience the stages of dementia differently, most people with dementia share some of the symptoms. (1)

11. MODERATE DEMENTIA QUESTIONS

No single test can determine whether you have dementia. Diagnosis is based on a range of medical tests and your medical history. If you exhibit symptoms of dementia your doctor will perform: physical, neurological, mental, lab. (38)

12. MODERATE DEMENTIA DISCUSSIONS

People experiencing moderate dementia will likely need more assistance in their daily lives. It becomes harder to perform regular daily activities and self-care as dementia progresses-to confusion, poor judgement, assistance, etc. (3)

13. VIDEOS - DEMENTIA  (Select Caregiver Videos on main tool bar at video website)

All videos describe professionally about personal issues for a family caregiver. Set in medical and assisted living settings the videos provide help for caregivers seeking to adjust to new physical work and being alone (51)

14. VIDEOS - DEMENTIA ACTIVITIES (Select Caregiver Videos on main tool bar at video website)

All videos describe professionally about personal issues for a family caregiver. Set in medical and assisted living settings the videos provide help for caregivers seeking to adjust to new physical work and being alone (12)

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