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If You Sprinkle When You Tinkle…

A Universal Issue One of the most common complaints I hear from caregivers about men- men who may or may not have dementia- is that they frequently miss the toilet when urinating, and even the best potty seat and chair ...

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The Grain Brain

  If you haven’t read The Grain Brain by Dr. David Perlmutter, you are missing out on an interesting argument about the cause and effect relationship of the modern day human diet and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. A few interesting ...

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The Role of Rummaging in Middle Stage Alzheimer’s

Rummaging and hoarding are common behaviors associated with Alzheimer’s disease.  Although these actions may seem random and meaningless to the frustrated caregiver, rummaging actually serves a purpose in the middle stages of dementia. Rummaging behaviors usually begin in the early ...

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