This Alzheimer’s FAQ section is an attempt to answer the most common questions that people have about Alzheimer’s disease and other types or causes of dementia. When we started Best Alzheimer’s Products misconceptions and misinformation about dementia were common and widespread. People are generally better informed now, thanks to a more enlightened media and other informative venues like this website. On the other hand, if you or a loved one has been recently diagnosed with dementia you likely know little about the disease or condition that is causing it. Few people study brain disease until it becomes personal.
This page is a good start if you are new to all of this. From here you can visit other pages and posts to study in more detail. If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact us; we will do our best to help. If you want to contribute to Alzheimer’s FAQ with a question and answer you think is pertinent please do. In either case,commenting at the bottom of this page will make it possible for our readers to contribute their own knowledge and experience. After all, all of us are smarter than one of us.
Dear John and Holly, I’d like to work for you…seriously! I first heard about your business on the “Made in Chicago” segment on WBBM radio a few months back. I too, am interested in exactly the same thing you are, the quality of life for people with dementia. (…) Thank you though, so much for putting this site, and your products in one spot. And I am sooooo glad that Bernice has you!
I just received a parcel of games, books and puzzles I ordered from you online. It only took a few days to get here which is pretty amazing. I think I wait longer than that for things to be delivered within my own country! But I digress, I wanted to say thank you very much. My mother is now going through the box, I’ve not seen her so animated in a while. She’s in the later stages of Alzheimer’s/Dementia and spends a lot of her time just sitting around not doing much and I’ve found it extremely difficult to find things that are suitable to keep her occupied and engaged. So much of what she used to be able to do and enjoy is now beyond her and although she tries, it just creates frustration for her. This cache of goodies looks like it’s going to be the solution, thank you