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Table of Contents

Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's Association
10 Tips For Living With Alzheimer's
10 Warning Signs
2016 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures
Accessing and Sharing Information
Activities
Acute Hospitalization & Alzheimer’s Disease
All About Me
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Caregiver Center
Alzheimer’s Caregivers Tips
     Bathing
     Caring for yourself
     Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease
     Changes in Communication Skills
     Coping-with-agitation-and-aggression
     Daily activities
     Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease
     Driving Safety
     End of life care
     Exercise and Physical Activity
     Going out
     Going to the hospital
     Grooming and dressing
     Hallucinations, Delusions, and Paranoia
     Helping Kids Understand Alzheimer’s Disease
     Helping Family and Friends Understand Alzheimer’s Disease
     Healthy eating
     Home safety
     Incontinence
     Legal and Financial Planning for People with Alzheimer’s Disease
     Managing Personality and Behavior Changes
     Manageing medicines
     Money Problems
     Rummaging and Hiding Things
     Sundowning
     Wandering
     Traveling overnight
Alzheimer's Bill of Rights
Alzheimer’s disease First steps
Alzheimer's Disease - Unravling the mystery
Assisted Oral Feeding and Tube Feeding
Basics of Alzheimer’s Disease
Behaviors
Best Alzheimer's Products
Caregiver Guide
Challenging Behaviors
I Have Alzheimer’s Disease
Helping children understand Alzheimer’s disease
Helping teens understand Alzheimer’s disease
Introductory Guide to Alzheimer’s
Living with alzheimer’s for caregivers
Resource List for Kids
Resource List for Teens

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
     Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
     Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
     Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease
     CREUTZFELDT-JAKOB DISEASE

Frontemporal Disorders
     An Introduction to Lewy Body Dementia
     Frontotemporal Dementia
     Frontemporal Disorders
     Frontotemporal_Dementia_FTD_-_Disease_Progression
     Frontotemporal_Dementia_FTD_-_Medical_Terms_in_FTD
     Frontotemporal_Dementia_FTD_-_Signs_and_Symptoms

Lewy Body Dementia
     LBD Glossary
     LBD Requires a Comprehensive Treatment Approach
     LBD Wallet Card
     LEWY BODY DEMENTIA
     Lewy Body Dementia Association
     Medication Glossary
     Caregiver Burden in Lewy Body Dementias
     Lewy Body Dementia Diagnostic Symptoms

Vascular Dementia
     A Complete Guide to Vascular Dementia

Miscellanious
     SIX Out of 10 People With ALlzeimer's Will Wander
     10 Requests From a Dementia Jorneyer
      A Practical Guide to Swallowing Problems
     A Resource Guide for Carers
     A Survival Guide for Family Caregivers
     Abuse of the elderly
     Acronyms and Abbreviations
     Advanced Decision Form
     After a Diagnosis
     Assessing Cognitive Impairment in Older Patients
     Assistive technology – devices to help with everyday living
     Benefits of an early diagnosis
     Carers: looking after yourself
     Changes in behaviour
     Cognitive Problems after a Stroke
     Communicat Problems after a Stroke
     Common Drugs For Dementia
     Communication
     Communication and Mealtimes Toolkit
     Confidence to care at Home Kit
     Coping with Agitation and Aggression
     Coping with the Early Stages of Dementia
     Coping with Memory Loss
     Creating Excellance in Dementia Care
     Day to Day
          Adjusting to Long-Term Care
          Communications
          Locating Devices
          Meal Times
          Personal Care
     Dealing with Guilt
     Delirium
     Dementia and Alzheimer’s: Unique Challenges of Planning for Disasters
     Dementia and the brain
     Dementia Awareness Information & Training Pack
     DEMENTIA LANGUAGE GUIDELINES
     Dental care and oral health
     Depression and anxiety
     Differentiating Normal Aging and Dementia
     Disaster Preparedness
     Dispelling the myths
     Don't Make the Journey Alone
     Dressing
     Drugs
          Aricpet® and ARICEPT® RDT (also known as Donepezil or E2020)
          EBIXA® (also known as Memantine Hydrochloride)
          REMINYL™ ER (extended release Galantamine Hydrobromide)
          EXELON™ also known as Rivastigmine)
     Drugs used to relieve behavioural and psychological symptoms in dementia
     Eating
     Eating well for people with Dementia
     Eating and drinking in dementia
     Eating well: supporting older people and older people with dementia
     Electronic Tracking
     Emotional Changes after a Stroke
     Encouraging Comfort Care
     End-of-Life Care
     End-of-Life Decisions
     Equipment, adaptations and improvements to the home
     Exercise and physical activity
     Feeding issues and dementia
     Feeding options for patients with dementia
     Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey
     Getting a diagnosis
     Getting Medical Care and Prescription Drugs in a Disaster or Emergency Area
     Good to go
     Holiday Hints
     Home Safety
     Hospitalization Happens
     Legal Plans
     Letting Go Without Giving Up
     Life for Caregivers after Placing a Relative with Dementia in a Nursing Home
     Making your home dementia friendly
     Money Matters
     My name is not dementia
     Person-centred care of people with dementia living in care homes
     Person-Centered Language
     Power of Attorney
          GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
          Power of Attorney Abuse - what Staes Can Do About It
     Preventing Elder Abuse and Neglect in Older Adults
     Respite Care Guide
     Staying Safe
     Swallowing Problems after a Stroke
     tips for middle-stage caregivers
     Yonger Onset Alzheimer's
     Take Care of Yourself
     Tips for late-stage caregivers
     What Happens Next
     Your handy guide to selecting a care home