Domotics also for people with Dementia

As caregivers or health workers, one of the worst fears may be that the person with Dementia will accidentally get lost or purposely leave a house or facility, not be able to find his or her way back home and then become endangered. Can you let someone with Dementia go outside independently? Is that still Read More …

Crying and calling out in Dementia

Someone with Dementia may have a period when he or she is screaming out loud they can’t tell you why. They may be feeling anxious or fearful or be experiencing hallucinations or paranoia. Read More …

A thin line between Aphasia and Dementia

In everything we do we communicate. With and without words we connect and share information, experiences, and memories. Dementia is often a big game breaker in this process. It makes communication more difficult. Read More …

Recognize pain in people with Dementia

People with Dementia feel pain, just like everyone else. As Dementia progresses, the person’s language skills may change, making it very difficult for them to communicate with others when they are in pain. This can cause their pain to go undetected and untreated. Pain scale An international team of physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, epidemiologists, and psychologists Read More …

Films and documentaries about the impact of Dementia

Very interesting documentaries about Dementia are regularly seen in the cinema or on television. Some are fabricated stories, but nonetheless impressive. Read More …