Por medio de este y otros recursos de nuestro programa de investigación sobre la enfermedad de Alzheimer, BrightFocus Foundation quiere educar e informar a los cuidadores con el fin de ayudarlo a mantenerse fuerte y confiado enfrentando esta enfermedad difícil.
Ser diagnosticado con la enfermedad de Alzheimer puede ser abrumador, pero usted se beneficiará si adopta un papel activo en el cuidado de su salud. He aquí algunas preguntas que puede hacer cuando visite al médico.
This brochure discusses the primary forms of glaucoma, risk factors, warning signs, treatment options and coping strategies.
The Amsler grid can help detect early signs of retinal disease and monitor changes in vision after diagnosis. It should not in any way substitute for the advice of a qualified health care professional and it is not intended to constitute medical advice.
This resource has been created to aid parents, teachers, and relatives in explaining Alzheimer's disease to elementary school children. It is designed to be read to the child by an adult in an attempt to stimulate conversation about, and understanding of Alzheimer's disease.
This resource discusses medical conditions that can affect driving, safe driving tips and strategies, a self test for drivers, evaluation and discussion of unsafe driving practices, and maintaining independence once a decision is made to stop driving.
Being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease can be overwhelming, but you will benefit from taking an active role in your healthcare. Here are some questions you can take along when you visit the doctor.
This resource discusses wandering, preventing the behavior, and what to do if a person is missing.
This resource discusses warning signs and ways to reduce the stress associated with caregiving for a person with Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer’s disease affects people’s memories, but it involves far more than simple forgetfulness. It is a progressive, degenerative, and incurable brain disorder that ends in death. We still don’t know why some people get this devastating disease.