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Wheelchair Restraint Regulations You Must Know

It is quintessential for a caregiver, nursing professional or a family member of a wheelchair user to know the latest wheelchair restraint regulations in North America.  Needless to mention, the regulations can be applied elsewhere on the planet as well. The goal here is to ensure the safety, comfort and general well being of a […]

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Alzheimer's Disease

When Reasoning No Longer Works- Book Review

You are reading the book review of “When Reasoning No Longer Works.” This book is for caregivers and family members of those suffering from dementia.   Let me be frank, finding a good book on this subject is no easy task. Most dementia books are for certified and qualified medical professionals. These books are of no […]

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5 Best Wheelchairs for Alzheimer’s Patients

Are you looking for the best wheelchair for Alzheimer’s patients? You must take into account the weight and height of the occupant when finding the right wheelchair. Please do not be in a rush.  Conditions like Hypermobile EDS, Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (PoTS), or even Dementia can make a person immobile. It is not uncommon […]

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Brain Disorders

5 Famous Athletes With Dementia

Famous sportsmen and sportswomen are known for their lavish lifestyle during and after their playing careers. Professional sports like baseball, football, running, golf, etc have always been one of the highest paying careers. However, not every sportsperson gets to enjoy his/her twilight years rejoicing in the fond memories of the past. Who doesn’t like living […]

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Alzheimer's Disease

The Complete Book of Ketones Review [Detailed]

You are reading the review of the groundbreaking book “The Complete Book of Ketones: A Practical Guide to Ketogenic Diets and Ketone Supplements.” Are you looking for a treatment option for Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia?  You are not alone. In fact, most family members and caregivers to Alzheimer’s Disease patients go through this phase […]

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3 Best Books for Alzheimer’s Disease Caregivers

Not only Alzheimer’s Disease can take a toll on its patients but also on their caregivers, family members, co-workers, and friends. To ease your mind a bit, I have shared some books for Alzheimer’s Disease caregivers.  These books will help you understand this condition even better. It’s always good to be in control so you […]

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Alzheimer's Disease

5 Best Mitts for Alzheimer’s Patients

Is your loved one suffering from skin-picking? Are you looking for the perfect mitts or gloves for Alzheimer’s patients? Disorders like skin picking or an incident where “a person rips out IV tubes form their body” are very common with dementia patients. Such a response arises out of frustration. While doing so, your loved ones […]

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Nursing Homes

3 Imaginative Game Ideas for Nursing Homes

In this post, I have shared a few fun and exciting game ideas for nursing homes. Who could say no to sitting comfortably on a couch with a bunch of friends and playing games like Monopoly and Scrabble? It is life’s one of the greatest pleasures to forget all your worries and spend time with […]

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Top 10 Brain Diseases Of All Time

In this post, I have listed the top 10 brain diseases that have the worst symptoms and a high mortality rate. This is an educational article. Brain diseases can be tricky sometimes. They don’t always put a person on a deathbed but can make life agonizingly difficult. Especially, the ones with symptoms like seizures and […]

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What Is Alzheimer’s Disease? (Precisely Explained)

Alzheimer’s disease is a fatal neurological disorder. It’s victims lose their memory due to progressive brain deterioration. [1] Reports suggest that every 65 seconds one person becomes a victim of Alzheimer’s disease by developing its symptoms. In the initial stages, the symptoms are not catastrophic but they get worse as the disease progresses. About 100 […]