Welcome to Daily Dementia News! Our mission with this website is to give you the most updated information as we start to understand how this disease works, as well as treatment options for those suffering from it. We want to give you the most accurate information in the most concise way possible.
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Read our latest blog posts as we update you on all the latest findings on how dementia works. As we learn more about how dementia works, we can treat it better and–hopefully one day–cure it at a 100% success rate. Our greatest goal with this website is that dementia becomes so understood that this website is no longer needed. Like an old medical journal describing how to care for smallpox patients, we hope that this website becomes antiquated once our journey is complete.
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We’re a small team of volunteers who have had dementia touch our lives in one way or another. We are a volunteer group of writers that will update this website as often as we can.
If you have a question or comment about DDN (that’s Daily Dementia News), feel free to use our Contact page to make it happen.
For further reading, we’ve compiled a list of books to help you to understand how Dementia works and how to cope with it in your family. We hope that this curated collection can help you to understand this disease better.
Research has made massive progress in the past ten years when it comes to drug treatments for dementia. There have also been near-miraculous recoveries seen in experimental stem-cell treatments. Without judgments, we take a look at them here.
Here’s a beautiful video from CNN profiling “Dementia Village”. You may have heard of it before: dementia patients live in a village where they can shop, eat and live a normal life. All the customer service employees in the village are mental health professionals that can help people when they get confused or disoriented. It’s a wonderful way to provide dignity to those suffering from this disease:
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