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Scientists Drive the Future of Brain Health

The TED stage has hosted a truly diverse range of speakers over the past three decades, both in terms of their backgrounds and their pursuits. What all TED speakers have in common is a place on the cutting edge of what we know, and what we are capable of.

Participate in The Longest Day Events

The purpose of The Longest Day is to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. From sunrise to sunset, families and friends of all ages will be choosing an activity to raise funds and awareness for research and programs to end Alzheimer’s disease.

When Fathers Become Caregivers

On Father’s Day, families come together to celebrate multiple generations of beloved fathers in our lives. While we celebrate, we need also to reflect on how these terrible diseases have affected our dads, husbands, or spouses, either as patients or as caregivers.

Celebrating Fathers Who Have Alzheimer’s

When my father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, our family had the same disparaging realization with which far too many others have been met: he’s going to forget us. As his disease has progressed, however, I have also begun to think about not forgetting him. By this I mean not forgetting who he used to be, the […]

Recharge Your Brain in the Great Outdoors

woman sitting on dock drinking coffee in morning

Recent research has shown that being outdoors can have a significant positive influence on mood and cognition. And it doesn’t seem to matter what activities you take up; just being outside is often enough to elicit these improvements.

Spring Cleaning for Better Mental Health

man cleaning deck window

Interestingly, recent research is finding that the state of one’s physical environment is often inextricably tied to one’s mental state. That is, physical clutter in one’s home can be a significant contributor to mental clutter in the form of depression, anxiety, etc.

3 Reasons You Need a 40Hz Light Routine

A looming threat to seniors today is cognitive decline, most commonly, Alzheimer’s disease. Of people over 65, 50% report age-related forgetfulness. There are 6.4 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and the expectation is that number will double every five years.