Alzheimer's Disease

Resources to improve safety for people with dementia
Do you have an elderly loved one with memory issues? Do you worry about him/her living alone? A comprehensive Functional Cognitive Safety Evaluation can help put your mind at ease. Learn more.
Memory care living options
If you or a loved one struggle with Alzheimer's, dementia or other memory problems, you need a care provider with the expertise necessary to help. St. Benedict’s Senior Community staff is specially trained, and the environment and programming are designed to enhance feelings of identity and security, utilizing music, socialization and familiar activities of daily living all within a secured setting.

We affirm that an active, stimulating daily life, backed with the latest scientific advances and research, is the key to treating someone with memory loss conditions. We tailor all of our services to meet the individual needs of our guests and we make it our mission to fill their days with love and laughter.

Residential and specialized memory care settings:

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Alzheimer's Disease

Sharp increases in Alzheimer's disease cases, deaths and costs are stressing the U.S. health care system and caregivers, a new report reveals.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Older adults who are sleepy during the day might have harmful plaque building in their brain that is a sign of impending Alzheimer's disease, researchers report.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Brain plaques believed to contribute to Alzheimer's disease melt away in mice when robbed of a key enzyme, researchers report.

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Alzheimer's Disease

If you hope to avoid dementia in old age, having an upbeat view on aging itself might help, new research suggests.

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Alzheimer's Disease

Stimulating the brain with an implantable device may be safe -- and possibly helpful -- for some people with Alzheimer's disease, a small pilot study suggests.

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Alzheimer's Disease

As more experimental drugs fail to stop Alzheimer's from destroying human memory, experts now wonder whether research into the devastating brain disease has been marching in the wrong direction.

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