Slowing the Mental Decline of Alzheimer's

Published Online: Thursday, December 22, 2011
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Listen as Glenn Smith, PhD, consultant in the department of Psychiatry and Psychology at the Mayo Clinic and a professor of psychology at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, provides tips for slowing down the mental decline associated with Alzheimer’s. Dr. Smith talks about methods like using a journal or calendar to remember activities, the importance of having structured routines and the support of family members, working with physicians to simply medication regiments, and the role of computer software in aiding memory.

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