"1860s photograph , a ward for non-violent women at the West Riding Asylum in Wakefield, England. Most of these patients had terminal dementia. The bonnet these women are wearing was common for female psychiatric patients at this time."
How to Communicate With Someone With Alzheimer’s – Part 1: Touch. When Traditional Words Fail, Try Connecting Through The Senses, is a 5-part series written by Author and former caregiver; Elaine Pereira. We will post each new article in her series on Friday for the next 5 weeks. Her articles are powerful and extremely helpful if you are trying to communicate with someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia. #alzheimers#dementia#elderly
Experts estimate that in the next two decades more than 80 million Americans will lose their memories to dementia and Alzheimer's disease. But if you eat a unique brain superfood once a week, you can solidify your chances of keeping your ability to think clearly.