Unlocking Dementia


Medication treatments for dementia are limited at this time except for those conditions in which a treatable medical condition is identified. Approved Medications Different classes

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Types of Dementia (Canopy)

According to Webster’s Dictionary, dementia is “a usually progressive condition (such as Alzheimer’s disease) marked by the development of multiple cognitive deficits (such as memory

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A Dementia Diagnosis

A diagnosis is a clinical determination of a specific medical condition.  It should include a careful discussion of the patient’s medical history and the development

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Dementia Mimics

The body’s interconnected systems and organs are dependent upon each other and at times, diagnosis is difficult when disorders present real or apparent memory impairment.

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Alzheimer’s vs. Aging

Our brain is like a big filing cabinet and a desk with IN and OUT baskets. When we see something, our brain places that information in the IN basket for short term memory.

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