Alzheimer's Disease: Associated Behaviors

Published Online: Thursday, December 22, 2011
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Fran Emerson, the program director for the Charleston Alzheimer’s Association, discusses behaviors associated with Alzheimer’s that may not be directly caused by the disease itself in this podcast from the Medical University of South Carolina. Emerson examines the importance of structure and routine for limiting negative behaviors and addresses the relationship between depression and dementia in older individuals and the link between dehydration and behavior.

To listen, click here.
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