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Toe Tapping Therapy

by James Smith

Whether we’re desk drummers or toe tappers, everyone feels a special connection to music. Studies now show that music therapy for senior citizens has numerous benefits, both mentally and physically.

Pets and Dementia

by James Smith

Therapy animals have long been used to assist blind and disabled individuals. Now, dogs and pets of all kinds have become increasingly common in the treatment of individuals with dementia related disorders. 

Oscar Leads the Way

by James Smith

The Meaning Behind the Alzheimer’s Project Inukshuk

UF study

by Melissa Lutz Blouin

GAINESVILLE, Fla. ― A new study from researchers at the University of Florida may have uncovered a critical factor that drives the relentless progression of Alzheimer’s disease ― a discovery that could eventually slow its progression.

5 Tips for a Brain Healthy Diet

5 Tips for a Brain Healthy Diet

By Dwyer Gerrity

Alzheimer’s is the fifth leading cause of death in Americans 65 and older. Although this disease devastates far too many families each year, Alzheimer’s is not inevitable. Even if Alzheimer’s runs in...

Project Lifesaver Success Story in Wakulla County

by James Smith

Bracelet Helps Detectives Find Missing Special Needs Adult

Worried about someone's driving?

by James Smith

A recent article in the Chronicle under the community briefs section.

Ohio State Implants First Brain Pacemaker to Treat Alzheimer's

by James Smith

During a five-hour surgery last October at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Kathy Sanford became the first Alzheimer’s patient in the United States to have a pacemaker implanted in her brain.

She is the first of up to 10 patients who...

17 Year Old Raises $700 For Alzheimer's Project

17 Year Old Raises $700 For Alzheimer's Project

Alzheimer’s Project, Inc. Honors Local Caregivers on Annual Celebration on Sept 21, 2012

Caregiver Celebration Day provides fun and relaxation for the Big Bend area's caregivers. 

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