Alternative Television for Alzheimer's

Alternative Television For Alzheimer's

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Let's watch alternative television. Best Alzheimer's Products offers several options.
Serenity Babies | the ultimate in doll therapy for Alzheimer's and dementia

Serenity Babies for Doll Therapy

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We are taking orders for Serenity Babies, dolls that promise to take doll therapy to a whole other level. These dolls are handmade, and at the risk of sounding clichéd, by craftsmen using only the finest materials. These truly are the ultimate in doll therapy.
Games and activities for Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's Store

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Once we had a good start on the website, we began a search for games, puzzles, alarms, and other products that all of our research indicated would  benefit Bernice and others with Alzheimer's disease. That was not as easy as we thought it would be!
Older couple creating a memory book for Alzheimer's

Making a Memory Book

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Detailed direction for creating a Memory Book. This is an easy and interactive way to preserve a person's history while creating a treasured heirloom for family and friends. By Connie Lucas of the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Iowa Chapter.

Video Respite for Alzheimer's

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The Video Respite series provides you with a video tool to improve the quality of life for the person or the people in your care while providing you with a way to improve your own quality of life by providing a respite from the challenges of caring.
Alternative therapies for Alzheimer's and dementia

Olfactory Stimulation for Alzheimer's and Dementia

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Certain smells stir deep seated memories, and anything that has the power to channel reminiscences should be part of the daily life of all people with dementia
Tree bark - tactile stimulation for Alzheimer's disease

Tactile Stimulation for Alzheimer's and Dementia

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Anything touched and anything that touches us can be stimulating
activities are the key to quality of life

Activities for Dementia: the Key to Quality of Life

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Recreational activities play an important role when it comes to defining our own Quality of Life. Each of us chooses activities based on our interests and abilities. People who have dementia need  access to recreational activities, too; this is as much a moral imperative as it is an issue of care and disease management.