Dementia Changes Relationships, It Doesn’t End Them

Dementia Changes Relationships, It Doesn’t End Them

Emotions are heightened in individuals challenged by dementia. But relationships can be nourished and built by understanding family and friends. The true meaning of charity is more the giving of what you are than of what you have. Your neighbour does not need a...

Dementia and Sleep – Nine Things You Can Do To Improve Sleep

It’s very common for individuals suffering from dementia to have trouble sleeping. What we don’t know is whether or not dementia leads to disrupted sleep patterns or if disrupted sleep patterns have an impact on the progression of the disease. We do know,...

The Rise of Pseudomedicine for Dementia and Brain Health

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...

How Alzheimer’s Patients Can Stay Home, With Love and Planning

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis may break your heart, especially if the diagnosis falls on someone you love. Many spouses, children, and grandchildren step valiantly up to the plate when a relative becomes cognitively disabled. These heroic family members often decide to...

Fit Minds Cognitive Care Blueprint™

How do you make sure you are living a lifestyle that is supporting brain health?  And what if you are caring for someone who is struggling with cognitive issues? The Fit Minds Cognitive Care Blueprint™ is the guide we have created to assist you in this effort. We can...