Dementia and euthanasia: one of the most difficult topics to discuss

When you no longer recognize your own children, when you slowly lose your memories and release the pins on which the pendulum of your past hangs and you don’t know who you are anymore… are you still alive? More and more people have Dementia included in a euthanasia statement because they see the loss of Read More …

Exercises for People with Dementia

Did you know that exercise is not only good for health but also good for inhibiting deterioration for as long as possible? The number of people suffering from Dementia worldwide is expected to grow strongly in the coming decades. Exercise is also a means for you to experience pleasure and peace in the care of someone with Dementia. Read More …

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 …

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 …