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A recent article published online at the JAMA network looked at the rise of different therapies being promoted for dementia and brain health. In particular, the article took aim at the supplement market. The author argues, 'the most common example of pseudomedicine is...read more
Aging is an undeniable fact. Sooner or later, we are going to succumb to the calling of time, and with it, experience the inevitable deterioration of our bodies — with dementia being one of the most common health issues for the elderly....read more
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What is Cognitive Stimulation Therapy?
Cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) is a series of mental exercises that stimulate the brain. Because of the concept of brain plasticity, we know the brain can continue to grow as we age. The key question for many of us is how do we make that happen? Read More.
How Do I Create Dementia Care That Is Meaningful and Engaging?
Individual programming is the key to creating dementia care that is meaningful and engaging for individuals and their families. Every individual has their own interests and abilities and that doesn’t change with a diagnosis of dementia. Read More.
How Do I Live a Healthy Lifestyle That Supports My Brain?
If you want to build a lifestyle that supports your brain health, it is a good idea to begin with thinking about your motivation and goals. Where are you at with respect to brain health and more importantly…what are your goals for the future? Read More.
How Do I Build Cognitive Resilience?
Early educational experiences have an impact on dementia risk later in life. Learning reduces dementia risk – so create a love for it that will last your whole life through. Read More.