We know that dementia affects relationships – even the strongest can experience strain. As a person’s memory, thinking, personality and physical function change, so can intimacy in relationships. Learn how you can help manage these tough changes.
When caring for someone with dementia, experts recommend starting discussions about legal, financial and health care matters early.
Discover why people with Alzheimer's or a related dementia experience "sundowning" and how to help prevent it.
Meet Ana Choza-Hunt, one of the many dedicated dementia experts here at Alzheimer's San Diego.
It can seem like there's a new Alzheimer's "breakthrough" almost every day. We sift through the headlines and pull together the true, reputable research updates for you. Here are 5 things you should know about Alzheimer’s and dementia research from the last month.
Since the 2018 tax reform bill passed, you may have wondered how it would change the impact of your charitable giving. The good news is, there are still many ways you can give back and receive potential financial benefits.
While the holiday season is filled with positive things, there is a lot of potential stress that comes with it – especially for dementia caregivers.
Thank to everyone who came to our annual Holiday Open House on December 4th! Check out photos from the party at the link.
Six months ago, Alzheimer's San Diego partnered with Grossmont Healthcare District and the County of San Diego to launch an innovative new pilot program: the Alzheimer's Response Team (ART).
Holidays can be meaningful, enriching times for people with dementia and their families. Maintaining or adapting family traditions helps everyone feel a sense of belonging and family identity. This link with a familiar past can also be reassuring. But many caregivers have mixed feelings.