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March 02, 2010


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thanks for this!


This is a really interesting article, had not heard of Dr. Schiffer before. We need to be coached as we age to better age, so these tips for those of us in our 40s this info is especially useful - thank you - is has been a challenge to find such comprehensive information. For those of us helping family members to better cope with Alzheimer's I can recommend a DVD we watched "Remember Better When I Paint", it provides inspiration of how creative activities help, and attitudes as well. You can see a preview on youtube here

symptoms of dementia

What's the difference between dementia and Alzheimers? what is the difference? I think my father may be suffering one of these? does anyone know the warning signs? thanks

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