Top 10 List: Our most popular info and tips

homeWe took a look at what pages people visited most on our Chapter web site Here is what showed up as our most popular pages!

1.)Delirium or dementia, do you know the difference?
This article is a great overview of the difference between dementia and delirium, and what to do to prevent, identify and treat delirium. >>

2.) Support groups
Did you know that we maintain more than 100 support groups in our chapter – in addition to telephone support groups and online message boards? Find a support group near you. >>

3.) Education classes
From hour-long community presentations to day-long conferences, our education programs cover basics of Alzheimer’s disease, caregiving, planning, the latest in research and more. >>

4.) Contact us
In addition to our 24/7 Helpline, where you can reach live help any time, day or night, you can drop by one of our nine offices in Northern California and Northern Nevada! >>

5.) Alzheimer’s basics: plaques and tangles
This is a quick overview of some of the hallmark signs of Alzheimer’s disease: plaques and tangles. >>

6.) Volunteer
You can help join the movement to end Alzheimer’s by volunteering! We have a variety of opportunities to serve any level of time commitment, interest or skill. >>

7.) 10 signs of Alzheimer’s disease
Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer’s! This handy list also includes a checklist to bring with you on a doctor visit. >>

8.) 7 stages of Alzheimer’s disease
Here is a summary of the general stages of Alzheimer’s disease – although no one progresses in exactly the same way, these stages reflect the typical progression of the disease. >>

9.) What is dementia?
This page is a great overview of  the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and risk reduction of dementia. >>

10.) Donate
Your donation funds the Alzheimer’s Association’s movement to defeat Alzheimer’s disease through support, education, awareness, advocacy and research! >>


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2 Responses

  1. Racy says:

    I have been a caregiver for the last 14 years, and alzhaimer’s has always been intreeged by what happens to your brain. How long and why and who and why does Cancer and Parkinson’s get so much more money for researdh. It is so sad to see people that were so incredible active and took care of themselves and them succumb to the disease.

  2. Karen says:

    What are the benefits, if any, of exercise and nutrition to those with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?

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