We all know that the population of older adults is growing. We have better health care throughout life, good nutrition, and continual messages about how to stay healthy and engaged in meaningful lives.
Still, we have questions about diseases that impact our future.
In particular, we want to know about dementias, a group of diseases that makes memory, thinking and problem solving difficult over time.
- What are dementias?
- What causes them?
- What can we do to avoid dementias or deal with them when they happen?
- What is the timetable for changes, and
- How will those changes affect seniors and their families?
Research about dementias is ongoing and, now, powerfully pursued by scientists all over the world. We have some answers, although not nearly enough yet.
In this section of The Age Coach website, we will post current information for both the person with a dementia and caregivers, and we will update often.
Plan to visit from time to time to read new articles.
Recent articles – Caring for People with a Dementia
Celebrating Holidays When a Loved One Has a Dementia
Caregiving: Can You Make Medical Decisions?
Mother’s Day for Mom and Her Caregiver
Dementia Diagnosis: Talking with the Doctor, Asking Questions
Recent articles – Understanding Dementia
Is This Dementia? Memory Changes
Is This Dementia? Activities of Daily Living