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Senior Health: Early Onset Alzheimer’s And It’s Caregiving Challenges with Pat Moffett

Patrick Moffett joins Steve Heisler to talk about his experience in caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s. Patrick’s wife was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Early-onset Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia that strikes people younger than age 65 and only 5% of Alzheimer’s patients will develop symptoms before age 65. Today, at least 300,000 […]

Alzheimer’s Disease: Effective Strategies to Prevent Falls with Dr. Rein Tideiksaar

Dr. Tideiksaar is the president of FallPrevent, a consulting company that provides educational, legal, and marketing services related to fall prevention in the elderly. Tune in as we reveal some effective strategies on how you can prevent older adults with Alzheimer’s disease from falling. Meet Dr. Rein Tideiksaar Rein Tideiksaar Ph.D., PA-C (or Dr Rein as […]

Alzheimer’s Disease: Common Risk Factors That Lead to Falls with Dr. Rein Tideiksaar

The most significant risk of falling in for people with Alzheimer’s disease is cognitive problems. And according to Dr. Rein Tideiksaar, the visual aspects of Alzheimer’s disease can also put people at risk of falling in terms of their inability to match and integrate their position with their surrounding environment. Meet Dr. Rein Tideiksaar Rein Tideiksaar […]