This week's newsletter contains information about a new invention, as well as the latest research connecting an active brain in our youth to a healthy mind in later years. I'd also like to encourage you to take the opportunity to comment on the National Alzheimer's Plan. The Department of Health and Human Services is accepting feedback on this plan until February 8, 2012, so there's still time. Even if your comment is an echo of what is already posted, the government needs to hear your thoughts and also get an idea of how many other people feel the same way. Please consider this as a simple way to get involved in the fight against Alzheimer's. Thank you!
A new robotic baby invention called a Babyloid was recently developed in Japan to "interact" with nursing home residents. The goal is to help alleviate depression in nursing home residents,... Read more
Think you're too young to try to prevent Alzheimer's disease? Think again. The latest research published in the Archives of Neurology journal concludes (as have other studies) that brain exercise is... Read more
There are several different kinds of abuse that may affect older adults. Being aware of these possibilities, as well as knowing how to identify and respond to potential concerns, can help you advocate for and protect your loved one. Read more