Juliet Holt Klinger

What Doctor Diagnoses Dementia?

Category: April 02, 2018

When you’re having issues with your stomach, you make an appointment to see a gastroenterologist. When you can’t stop sniffling and sneezing in the spring, you call an allergist. But ... Read more

Men are Caregivers Too

Category: March 22, 2018

When we think of a caregiver for someone with dementia, a picture of a woman normally comes to mind for most of us. After all, approximately two-thirds of caregivers are ... Read more

Capitol Hill Takes on Alzheimer's disease

Category: February 16, 2018

The Alzheimer’s Association launched a new set of Dementia Care Practice Recommendations on Wednesday with the help of Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Catherine Cortez-Mastro (D-NV). Read more

Six Tips for Transitioning Your Loved One into Dementia Care

Category: September 18, 2017

You’ve thought about it, talked about it, and very likely, worried about it. Now the day is drawing near for your spouse, parent or other loved one to move into ... Read more

When to Move Your Loved One to Dementia Care: 7 Signs to Look For

Category: May 08, 2017

Wandering creates one of the biggest concerns I hear about from dementia caregivers. Fear that someone in your care will get lost is not an unreasonable. According to the Alzheimer’s ... Read more

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