Researchers are trying to unravel why some COVID-19 survivors suffer “brain fog” and other problems, with new findings suggesting some worrisome overlaps with Alzheimer’s By Lauran Neergaard, AP Medical Writer July 29, 2021, 3:49 PM Researchers are trying to unravel why some COVID-19 survivors suffer “brain fog” and other problems that can last for months,Continue reading “Research looks for possible COVID tie to later Alzheimer’s”
This JUST ADDED: Free one-hour webinar from Teepa Snow Thursday, July 22, 2021 2:00 PM ET Recording link will be provided to those who register. Pro tip: Keep that recording link and use it for a future In-service. Positive Approach Dementia Trainer, Teepa Snow, has teamed up with Home Care & Hospice education provider, Relias,Continue reading ““I Want to Go Home!” Exploring Messages From Someone Living With Dementia”
Dear Administrators, The New Hampshire State of Emergency declared in Executive Order 2020-04 ended at midnight on June 11, 2021. With the ending of the State of Emergency, the Dementia Training waivers granted by the department will expire. Please refer to your specific waiver letter for the date. Many waivers granted under the authority of the Executive OrderContinue reading “Dementia Training Waivers Expire with The End of NH’s State of Emergency”
Racial Disparities in Dementia Care Continue to Disproportionately Effect Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Stigma, misunderstanding, and weak linkages to our nation’s healthcare system has led to significant disparities in Alzheimer’s and dementia diagnosis rates, access to treatment, quality care, clinical research and trial participation rates among Latinos and African Americans, according to a recent study published study.
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