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By Smith Senior Living
Smith Crossing and Smith Village to hold free support groups in April

By Sci-Brain
Sci-Brain's Brain Health Program is a unique program that offers a validated, science-based action plan for improving your “brain reserve”.

By Visiting Angels of Orlando/Winter Park
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in Orlando, Florida

By InnoTrac Inc.
InnoTrac Inc., Innovative solutions in the development of WiFi tracking platforms InnoTrac Inc. was formed in 2007 as an Alberta, Canada corporation with the intent of developing innovative tracking solutions utilizing RFID, GPS and most recently WiFi.

By San Clemente Villas by the Sea
Collaborating Presenters: Neurologist Dr. Ali Elahi and Gerontologist Dr. Jane L. Mahakian

By Capita Conferences
This timely event will provide you with the ideal forum to look at how best to maintain the momentum and commitment to improving research, diagnosis rates and care post-2015, building on progress, new developments and best practice.

By San Clemente Villas by the Sea
MEP Serves San Clemente Villas by the Sea Residents Experiencing Mild Cognitive Impairment

By HEART CARE FOUNDATION OF INDIA
In a discussion organized by Zee Media and moderated by Padma Shri & Dr. B C Roy National Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India

By Recogneyes
Sales for specialty Dementia signage for care homes in Ireland more than doubled in 2013, reports retailer Recogneyes.

By HKA, Inc. Marketing Communications
The most accurate and comprehensive analysis to date reveals disturbing findings about Alzheimer’s, the fourth-leading cause of death in Orange County

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By Visiting Angels of Apopka/Seminole/W. Volusia
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the Debary/ Orange City/ Deltona areas of Florida.

By Elaine C. Pereira
An article in USA Today stated that speaking more than one language might delay dementia. Elaine Pereira, speaker, Certified Dementia Practitioner and Caregiver and author of the award-winning dementia memoir, ‘I Will Never Forget’, agrees

By American Academy of Neurology
In the largest study on the topic to date, research shows that speaking a second language may delay the onset of three types of dementias.

By Smarty Ears LLC PRess
Award-Winning producer of iPad apps for individuals with communication difficulties updates its iName It app in order to support iOS 7 and add two new languages, Spanish and Portuguese.

By Halcyon Home Care
Berkshire domiciliary care firm puts Dementia Challenge ideas into action as the local population ages

By Sheila King Public Relations + Marketing
Former engineer and insurance executive to share tips for evaluating continuing care retirement communities

By BAMedia
A ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 2, 2012 at 2:00 p.m., will officially open the doors of Autumn’s Way Care Home in Durham, North Carolina.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Natalie Palmer, a partner in the private client department is a fully-fledged Champion after completing her Dementia Friends training course. She is now responsible for creating a dementia-friendly environment in the local community.

By HKA, Inc.
More than 600 healthcare providers, physicians, researchers and families expected for 24th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Conference.

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By Memory Care Living®
Memory Care Living® announced today that sixteen of its employeeshave been awarded status as Certified Dementia Practitioners (CDP) by the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners® (NCCDP®).

By Elaine C. Pereira
Elaine Pereira's book, 'I Will Never Forget', a multi-award winning dementia memoir, is the one book on Dementia / Alzheimer's that no one else could write

By Smith Senior Living
Smith Crossing and Smith Village to hold free support groups in April

By Montclair Art Museum
Programs Include Monthly Artistic Social Outing for Seniors and Free Tours for People with Dementia

By Sci-Brain
Sci-Brain's Brain Health Program is a unique program that offers a validated, science-based action plan for improving your “brain reserve”.

By Kathelene's Compassionate Adult Day Care
Nurse owned and operated, Kathelene's Adult Day Health Services (KADHS) is an adult day care center that offers the most affordable long-term care alternative as well as assistance through the social and medical model.

By Visiting Angels of Orlando/Winter Park
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in Orlando, Florida

By InnoTrac Inc.
InnoTrac Inc., Innovative solutions in the development of WiFi tracking platforms InnoTrac Inc. was formed in 2007 as an Alberta, Canada corporation with the intent of developing innovative tracking solutions utilizing RFID, GPS and most recently WiFi.

By Smith Senior Living
March 6 at Smith Crossing in Orland Park, March 11 at Smith Village in Chicago

By Strategic Book Group
A father with dementia. A daughter with a solid medical background and very personal fears. Her uplifting guide will answer many questions. I Am My Father's Keeper. The 10 Steps to Caring for the Elderly by Dr.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishers
Contact: Vicki Cohn, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., (914) 740-2100, ext.

By San Clemente Villas by the Sea
Collaborating Presenters: Neurologist Dr. Ali Elahi and Gerontologist Dr. Jane L. Mahakian

By Capita Conferences
This timely event will provide you with the ideal forum to look at how best to maintain the momentum and commitment to improving research, diagnosis rates and care post-2015, building on progress, new developments and best practice.

By San Clemente Villas by the Sea
MEP Serves San Clemente Villas by the Sea Residents Experiencing Mild Cognitive Impairment

By HEART CARE FOUNDATION OF INDIA
In a discussion organized by Zee Media and moderated by Padma Shri & Dr. B C Roy National Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India

By Elaine C. Pereira
Elaine Pereira, speaker, Certified Dementia Practitioner and Caregiver and author of the award-winning dementia memoir, ‘I Will Never Forget’, promotes a 5 pronged lifestyle approach to help delay the onset of dementia to manage its effects

By Recogneyes
Sales for specialty Dementia signage for care homes in Ireland more than doubled in 2013, reports retailer Recogneyes.

By Moors Park House Care Home
DEMENTIA CARE SPECIALST SHARES CARING MESSAGE South Devon dementia care specialists, Moors Park House, are spreading the festive message of care and understanding this year with top tips on how to support someone with Dementia through the Christmas...

By HKA, Inc. Marketing Communications
The most accurate and comprehensive analysis to date reveals disturbing findings about Alzheimer’s, the fourth-leading cause of death in Orange County

By Qualicare Toronto
Toronto, Ontario. November 25, 2013 - Qualicare Toronto, a leading senior care agency in Toronto, has published a new eBook, “Living Well with Alzheimer’s Disease,” and is offering it free to the public.

By University of Houston
Supported by $100K Alzheimer’s Association Grant, Initial Results Published in PLoS

By Visiting Angels of Apopka/Seminole/W. Volusia
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the Debary/ Orange City/ Deltona areas of Florida.

By Elaine C. Pereira
An article in USA Today stated that speaking more than one language might delay dementia. Elaine Pereira, speaker, Certified Dementia Practitioner and Caregiver and author of the award-winning dementia memoir, ‘I Will Never Forget’, agrees

By American Academy of Neurology
In the largest study on the topic to date, research shows that speaking a second language may delay the onset of three types of dementias.

By Smarty Ears LLC PRess
Award-Winning producer of iPad apps for individuals with communication difficulties updates its iName It app in order to support iOS 7 and add two new languages, Spanish and Portuguese.

By Halcyon Home Care
Berkshire domiciliary care firm puts Dementia Challenge ideas into action as the local population ages

By Sheila King Public Relations + Marketing
Former engineer and insurance executive to share tips for evaluating continuing care retirement communities

By BAMedia
A ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, October 2, 2012 at 2:00 p.m., will officially open the doors of Autumn’s Way Care Home in Durham, North Carolina.

By Recogneyes
Recogneyes is thrilled to be part of the recent success of Scotland’s first care home to win the Highly Commended award from the Dementia Services Development Centre at Stirling University.

By Latimer Hinks Solicitors
Natalie Palmer, a partner in the private client department is a fully-fledged Champion after completing her Dementia Friends training course. She is now responsible for creating a dementia-friendly environment in the local community.

By HKA, Inc.
More than 600 healthcare providers, physicians, researchers and families expected for 24th Annual Southern California Alzheimer’s Disease Conference.

By RobCares, LLC
September 16, 2013 - 7:00 PM EDT Round-table discussion on Because Hope Matters Radio in recognition of World Alzheimer's Awareness Month. We will cover clinical research, prevention initiatives, and caregiver insights. Because Hope Matters Radio

By Emerald Group Publishing Limited
United Kingdom - Emerald Group Publishing is proud to support World Alzheimer’s Month by offering free access to a selection of content in support of this year’s theme: “Dementia: a journey of caring”.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – A new study suggests that simple tests that measure the ability to recognize and name famous people such as Albert Einstein, Bill Gates or Oprah Winfrey may help doctors identify early dementia in those 40 to 65 years of age.

By American Academy of Neurology
Drinking two cups of hot chocolate a day may help older people keep their brains healthy and their thinking skills sharp, according to a study published in the August 7, 2013, online issue of Neurology®.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – Anemia, or low levels of red blood cells, may increase the risk of dementia, according to a study published in the July 31, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By capita conferences
Capita’s National Improving Dementia Care Conference comes at a critical time in the future of health and social care in the UK.

By Old Line Publishing
Caregivers and family members alike will find this book to be an excellent resource that provides the user with various tips on creating a more comfortable space and a better quality of life for their loved ones.

By Care UK
Care UK has published a free new guide to help families caring for a loved one living with dementia.

By Smith Senior Living
Residents of the Beverly area in Chicago who have family members or friends living with cognitive loss are invited to join others who have the same concerns at a free 6:30 p.m. meeting Tuesday, July 9, at Smith Village, 2320 W. 113th Place.

By Ktg Social Care
Local homecare services provider in Preston, Lancashire, champions Dementia Awareness Week through on- going support for people in need

By IPCed
An upcoming webinar by IPCed will demonstrate how Colorado caregivers can get dementia care training online through the IPCed Dementia Care Specialist Certificate program, which provides eight hours of dementia education that meets all requirements of...

By Peppermint Soda
Their distinctive designs have been a familiar sight with families over the last century – and last week, Silver Cross’ iconic prams were put to use as part of a doll therapy session for dementia patients.

By Smith Senior Living
Southwest Chicago, suburban families of seniors living with Alzheimer’s or dementia to meet at free 6:30 p.m sessions on Thursday, June 6, at Smith Crossing in Orland Park and Tuesday, June 11, at Smith Village in Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood

By Alzheimer's Care Resource Center
Nurse Consultants, Geriatric Care Mangers and Social Workers Help Caregivers Prepare For a Storm

By Visiting Angels of Orlando/Winter Park
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in Winter Park Florida

By Recogneyes
UK manufacturer of speciality care home signage, Recogneyes (http://www.recogneyes.co.uk), is pleased to announce a new relationship with the Spectrum Consortium.

By Visiting Angels of Apopka/Seminole/W. Volusia
Visiting Angels Homecare is pleased to announce the start of another one of our popular series of classes called the “Alzheimer’s Caregiver Project” in the Altamonte Springs/ Maitland/ Apopka area.

By Caregiver Reviews
Caregiver Reviews saves Caregivers time & money. Caregiver Reviews helps Caregivers choose, use & save money on products & resources. We carefully review products & resources that improve the quality of life of Caregivers & their loved ones.

By Activ8rlives
Ever-growing waistlines could result in a big increase in the number of people who develop dementia in the future, researchers have warned. BBC News.



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