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Memory Loss & Memory Care Resources

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Watching someone you care about experience symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of memory loss can be difficult, to say the least. But you’re not alone. We’re here to answer your questions and support you and your loved ones every step of the way.

We’ve gathered the following information and resources to help guide you throughout your journey with dementia and memory loss, along with tips and strategies to help you care for someone you love.

Resources for You

Do you have questions about Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss? Looking for more information about how to care for someone living with memory loss? Download our flyer series to gather helpful strategies, tips, and tools.

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Recognizing the Early Signs of Memory Loss

Watching a loved one experience symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or memory loss is difficult — but the sooner you take action the better.

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Age-Related Memory Loss vs. Dementia

Is it normal forgetfulness or something more serious? Learn the key difference between age-related memory loss and dementia.

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Let’s Talk About Dementia: 5 Tips to Navigate Meaningful Conversations

Communicating with a loved one who is living with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be challenging. Learn tips that can help you remain calm and navigate positive conversations.

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Planning for the Future With Dementia

A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can be overwhelming. Learn tips to help begin the planning process.

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A Dementia Diagnosis: 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor

A diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming for the entire family. Learn the key questions to ask your family’s physician to help navigate the emotional and physical aspects of the diagnosis.

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Genetics and Alzheimer’s Disease

Does Alzheimer’s run in the family? According to the Alzheimer’s Association, two categories of genes can influence whether a person develops the disease: risk genes and deterministic genes. Researchers have identified hereditary Alzheimer’s genes in both categories, and genetic tests are available to determine if you may have them.

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Driving With Dementia: Is It Safe?

When a loved one with dementia is no longer able to make good decisions on the road, it may be time for them to stop driving. Learn common signs that a person shouldn’t be behind the wheel.

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The Power of Socialization

Staying socially active and engaging with friends and family on a regular basis can help support brain health for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Learn the reasons why.

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Is It Time to Consider Memory Care?

It’s not easy to pinpoint when it’s time for Memory Care. Learn the signs that a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may need support in a specialized memory care setting.

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Getting the Help You Need

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the whole family is affected. Learn how to find support and resources.

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5 Tips to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Maintaining your own well-being is a vital part of being a better and healthier caregiver. Learn tips to protect yourself from burnout.

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Engagement Matters: 3 Reasons Why

When a loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, social engagement is vital. Learn three reasons why.

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