Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia, causing gradually increasing problems with memory, judgment, and thinking. There's currently no cure for Alzheimer's -- or most other dementias -- but there are ways to slow the progression and ease many symptoms.
WHAT KIND OF HELP DO YOU NEED?
- Worried About Your Memory? 5 Signs It's Serious
- Worried About Your Memory? 5 Signs It's Not Serious
- 8 Causes of Memory Loss That AREN'T Alzheimer's
- Alzheimer's Tests: Pros and Cons of the 6 Main Options
- Diagnosing Alzheimer's Disease: What Happens at a Clinical Assessment
- What Kind of Experts Can Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease?
Help With Dementia Care
- Find In-Home Care Near You
- Find Memory Care Near You
- 10 Essential Resources for In-Home Caregivers
- Companion Care Explained
- Personal Care Assistants Explained
- Adult Day Services Explained
- Meal Delivery and Preparation Services
- Respite Care: How to Arrange Breaks From Caregiving
- How to Get Paid to Be a Family Caregiver
- How to Solve Hygiene Problems
- Alzheimer's Activities Ideas Center
- Memory Clinics Locator
Managing Difficult Symptoms and Behaviors
Overview of Alzheimer's
- What Is Alzheimer's?
- What Causes Alzheimer's Disease and Who Gets It
- Alzheimer's Disease Stages Explained
- What to Expect as Alzheimer's Progresses
- How to Slow the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease
- Editors' Picks: Best Books for Alzheimer's Caregivers
- Alzheimer's Disease by the Numbers
- Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Statistics