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Caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia can be very difficult and may mean you need ongoing support. Helpful articles in this section address topics such as understanding dementia, dealing with caregiving isolation, and taking care of yourself.  

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  • This powerful documentary video explores the impact of Alzheimer's disease on families and communities and the need for resources and research. 

  • In healthy people, all sensations, movements, thoughts, memories, and feelings are the result of signals that pass through billions of nerve cells, or neurons, in the brain. Neurons constantly communicate with each other through electrical charges that travel down axons, causing the release of chemicals across tiny gaps to neighboring neurons. In a person with Alzheimer’s disease, the most basic form of dementia, toxic changes in the brain destroy this healthy balance. These changes may occur years, even decades, before the first signs of dementia.