After spending more than 25 years working with people who are living with dementia, Professor Graham Stokes shares advice for affected families.

For anyone diagnosed with dementia:

1. Your life isn’t over

Please don’t write yourself off – dementia doesn’t erase you from t...


“Remember that time when…” Uncle Bob began, launching into a story that soon had everyone smiling and laughing. “At Dad’s surprise birthday party, the real surprise came when Mary was carrying the cake into the dining room. She tripped over the cat and the cake went f...

Dementia affects each person differently. Symptoms such as confusion, memory loss and disorientation are common, while limited mobility and coordination may affect safety. It is important that family, friends and health professionals help the person with dementia to fe...

Researchers say there is a relationship between depression and dementia. A new study finds the clearest evidence yet of a possible link.

Researchers have long theorized that depression as people age may be linked to dementia later in life. Now a new study reveals that i...

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Caring for a family member or friend with Alzheimer's disease isn't exactly easy or fun. And when you live across the country, or even just across a state line, the distance adds an extra set of challenges.

According to the Alzheimer's Association, around 15% of caregiv...

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