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About The Institute Center dedicated to understanding brain aging and dementia through research, education and treatment. http://aging.med.nyu.edu/about/index.html
Extractions: ABOUT THE INSTITUTE The Alzheimer's Disease Center (ADC) at NYU School of Medicine is one of thirty Alzheimer's disease research centers in the United States supported by the National Institutes on Aging. The ADC pulls together the resources of several fields supporting a comprehensive multidisciplinary research program on Alzheimer's disease. Its goal is to increase scientific knowledge about the origins and progression of brain aging and Alzheimer's disease and related disorders, and to use this knowledge to develop methods for early diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Clinical Research and Service Programs Center for Brain Health Aging and Dementia Research Center Psychosocial Research and Support Program ...
Fact Sheet: Dementia COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN CENTER. Fact Sheet dementia . Where can I get More Information about dementia? There are several good books about dementia http://www.noah-health.org/english/illness/mentalhealth/cornell/conditions/demen
Extractions: What is Dementia? Dementia is a progressive, degenerative disease that attacks the brain and results in problems with memory, thinking and behavior and becomes severe enough to interfere with a persons ability to work and to take care of everyday tasks such as bathing, cooking, dressing and grooming. Dementia is not a normal part of aging. What are the Symptoms of Dementia? The symptoms of dementia include trouble learning new things; trouble remembering things that were known in the past; trouble with abstract thinking; poor judgment; trouble speaking well; trouble carrying out motor tasks; trouble recognizing or naming objects; personality change; trouble being able to work or carry on a normal social life. Sometimes people with dementia also develop anxiety, depression, suspiciousness, assaultiveness, agitation, wandering, confusion, or verbal abuse. What Causes Dementia?
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Extractions: Less than one tenth of all population-based research into dementia has been directed towards the two-thirds or more of all people with dementia who live in developing parts of the world. Hence "10/66". 10/66 is a group of researchers who have linked together to try to redress this imbalance, encouraging active collaboration between research groups in different developing countries and between developed and developing countries. The 10/66 Group is part of Alzheimer's Disease International and is co-ordinated through Prof. Martin Prince from the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, London. The first meeting of 10/66 was at the annual conference of Alzheimer's Disease International held in 1998 at Cochin in Kerala, India. This was the first international dementia meeting ever to have been held in a developing country. India and other developing regions were particularly well represented. Since then, the 10/66 Group has held symposia at every annual ADI conference - Johannesburg 1999, Washington 2000 and Christchurch 2001. Home About Alzheimer's Finding help Global impact ... About ADI
Extractions: Bypass navigation bar Obtaining an accurate diagnosis of a dementing disorder is often the most important first step made by patients and families in their efforts to secure the education and support needed to cope with Alzheimer's disease. Diagnostic clinics provide evaluation and management services to patients and their families. A typical patient will undergo neuropsychological testing, a comprehensive history and physical examination and, if appropriate, laboratory and x-ray testing during the initial evaluation. The clickable map below highlights the dementia diagnostic clinics in Wisconsin. Those affiliated with the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Institute are symbolized by the WAI logo and all others are symbolized by a red triangle. Clicking on a symbol will take you to a page with further information on that particular clinic. A comprehensive list of clinics follows the map. Calumet Area Memory Clinic
Extractions: This statement summarizes the current U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendation on screening for dementia, and updates the 1996 recommendation contained in the Guide to Clinical Preventive Services , Second Edition The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) concludes that the evidence is insufficient to recommend for or against routine screening for dementia in older adults. Rating: I Recommendation Rationale: The USPSTF found good evidence that some screening tests have good sensitivity but only fair specificity in detecting cognitive impairment and dementia. There is fair to good evidence that several drug therapies have a beneficial effect on cognitive function (equivalent to delaying the natural progression of Alzheimer's disease from 2 to 7 months), but the evidence of their beneficial effects on instrumental activities of daily living is mixed, with the benefit being small, at best. There is insufficient evidence to determine whether the benefits observed in drug trials are generalizable to patients whose disease would be detected by screening in primary care settings. The accuracy of diagnosis, the feasibility of screening and treatment in routine clinical practice, and the potential harms of screening (e.g., labeling effects) are also unknown. The Task Force therefore could not determine whether the benefits of screening for dementia outweigh the harms.
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Extractions: We Have been Providing Excellent Care for the Elderly In Redding, California, Shasta County Since 1990. AMJ Group Of Care Homes AMJ Peach Tree Manor Kimber Care I Kimber Care II Provide a Quality of Care At AMJ Group of Care Homes, Residential Care Facilities for Elderly, we create a friendly and homely atmosphere where your health, comfort, personal privacy and dignity will always be our first priority. We provide accommodation, meals and personal care in a home-like environment. Dementia and Alzheimer Care Mental Problem Respite Care Extensive landscaped grounds AMJ Peach Tree Manor Map Kimber Care I Map ... Map Licensed by the State, The AMJ Group of Care Homes for the Elderly (RCFE) homes offer personal care in a home-like atmosphere. Some of our facilities specialize in providing more attention to residents with Alzheimer's, dementia or frail seniors with physical limitations. We also help with bathing, dressing, incontinence care, medications and meals. Some transportation services may also be available. Lodging: Private or Semi-Private rooms Food Service: Three nutritious meals daily and between meals nourishment or snack.
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Extractions: Tour 1 Next Previous Start : These images show typical findings in AIDS dementia: patchy hypoperfusion with a multifocal distribution which tends to be seen prominently in the frontal lobes. Compare with normal Home Help Clinical ... Tour 1 Slice 10 Click on sagittal image to select slice. Click on thin tickmark to change timepoint, or thick tickmark for overlay. Keith A. Johnson (email@example.com), J. Alex Becker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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