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Outfit Selection

*** Many people in the early to middle stages of dementia have difficulty selecting outfits that are appropriate for season, occasion, or aesthetics.   Here are a few tips: 1.  Try grouping items together by outfits- put the shirt, pants, ...

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Fraud and Memory Impairment

The aging population in America, generally trusting and polite, are frequently targeted by ruthless con-artists.  Sometimes this has to do with the older generations’ upbringing, as described in Dr. Virginia Templeton’s article Fraud, Vulnerability, and Aging: Fraud Against North Carolina’s ...

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