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Annals of Long-Term Care
By John DenBoer, PhD, clinical neuropsychologist Dementia is a difficult thing to deal with. Many people across the world suffer from some form of dementia, with Alzheimer disease being the most common. As a dementia specialist, I have seen how people can struggle when suffering with dementia.…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By John DenBoer, PhD, clinical neuropsychologist and founder of SMART Brain Aging Inc. We know that there is just no cure for dementia, but from my many years of research, I have found that practicing cognitive exercises on a regular basis does in fact mitigate the onset of dementia.  What are…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By John DenBoer, PhD, clinical neuropsychologist and founder of SMART Brain Aging Inc. Often times I hear about misconceptions surrounding dementia. This is one of the things I tend to struggle with most, educating the population about dementia. I have come to find that not only do people not…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By Julie Gould Ismaeel Yunusa, PharmD, of the School of Pharmacy at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences in Boston, recently spoke with Annals of Long-Term Care to discuss the results of his recent study published online in JAMA Network Open. According to the study, “the…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By John DenBoer, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist specializing in the assessment and detection of early-stage dementia, and Founder of SMART Brain Aging, Inc. Not many people fully understand dementia. Being a clinical neuropsychologist, the thing I see the most is the many misconceptions…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By John W. DenBoer PhD, Smart Brain Aging It all started when I was attending Boston Medical School. I have always been extremely close to my grandmother, so it was very difficult on me when I noticed her starting to decline. At this time, I knew that it was my purpose to find a way to prevent…
Annals of Long-Term Care
By Julie Gould Adults with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and Alzheimer disease (AD) are at an increased risk of criminal and socially inappropriate behaviors, according to new study findings. Notably, criminal behaviors may be more recurrent in patients with FTD versus AD.   “Criminal and…
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