The Stages of Alzheimers dementia


7 The Seventh and Last Stage of Alzheimer’s dementia

If you've read the 7 Stages of Alzheimers, you realize there are obvious degrees of decline through this disease. Sometimes the decline is exhilarated by a hospital stay, a surgery, a particular medication, anything out of the ordinary. But the normal progression of this disease is to the last stage, Stage Seven. Then there is a total disconnect between brain and body. The patient takes to there … [Read More...]

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Common Questions about dementia


Compare normal Memory loss to Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s or Dementia

The first thing people ask for when they suspect Alzheimer’s in a family member or loved one is a list of signs and symptoms.  They want to know all the behaviors that a person with Alzheimer's or Dementia might have. They want a precise diagnosis; when they got it, what causes it, and how to cure it. Unfortunately, all those answers aren't available when you have Alzheimer's. At the present … [Read More...]

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Rick Phelps’ Video Series – Living with Alzheimer’s –

Rick is an EOAD (Early-Onset Alzheimer Disease) patient but instead of fading away with this disease, Rick has done something very different. Rick has decided to make videos and record the affects of this disease on him and, perhaps, bring awareness and education about Alzheimer’s and EOAD to other people. Rick is not a physician […]



REVIEWS FOR THE TOP MEDICAL ALERT SYSTEMS Many readers have asked about the various Medic-Alert Systems available right now. Making a good choice for you can be confusing with so many offering this service. But if you have a loved one who is still living at home alone, this extra measure of safety may be […]

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