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Changes in Communications Skills: Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips

Get tips on how to improve verbal and nonverbal communication with a person with Alzheimer’s disease. This tip sheet is available as a PDF and an eBook. You can also find information about changes in communication skills in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging.  

PDF (908.97 KB) | ePub (204.8 KB) | Kindle (191.72 KB)
Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease, Caregiving

Helping Family and Friends Understand Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips

Get tips to help children and grandchildren understand Alzheimer’s disease plus ideas for spending time together. This tip sheet is available as a PDF and an eBook. You can also find information about helping family and friends understand Alzheimer's in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging.  

PDF (437.99 KB) | ePub (241.42 KB) | Kindle (156.24 KB)
Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease, Caregiving

Managing Personality and Behavior Changes: Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips

Get tips for coping with personality and behavior changes, such as pacing or feeling sad, that are common in people with Alzheimer’s disease. This tip sheet is available as a PDF and an eBook. You can also find information about personality and behavior changes in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging.

PDF (439.56 KB) | ePub (178.88 KB) | Kindle (165.59 KB)
Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease, Caregiving

Go4Life "Be active every day!" swimmer poster

Just what your fitness center, senior center, or doctor's office ordered! This 18" x 26" full-color poster reminds older adults about the benefits of exercise and provides information about NIA's Go4Life website. Copies of this free poster may be ordered as part of the Go4Life exercise and physical activity campaign for older adults. The poster shows a large photo of a swimmer and smaller photos illustrating the four types of exercise—endurance, strength, balance, and flexibility.

PDF (238.88 KB)
Keywords: Exercise, Go4Life

Helping Kids Understand Alzheimer's Disease: Alzheimer's Caregiving Tips

Get tips to help children and grandchildren understand Alzheimer’s disease plus ideas for spending time together. This tip sheet is available as a PDF and an eBook. You can also find information about helping kids understand Alzheimer's in Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s Disease: Your Easy-to-Use Guide from the National Institute on Aging.

PDF (784.91 KB) | ePub (329.2 KB) | Kindle (239.27 KB)
Keywords: Alzheimer's Disease, Caregiving

Go4Life “Be active every day!” grandfather poster

Just what your fitness center, senior center, or doctor’s office ordered! This 18” x 26” full-color poster reminds older adults about the benefits of exercise and provides information about NIA’s Go4Life website.

PDF (210.71 KB)
Keywords: Exercise, Go4Life

Grow Older in Good Health bookmark

This free 3” x 8” bookmark encourages older adults and family members to visit the NIA website or contact the NIA Information Center for information about a wide variety of health and aging topics.

PDF (957.78 KB)
Keywords: Healthy Aging

Go4Life “Be active every day!” dancers poster – Spanish

Just what your fitness center, senior center, or doctor’s office ordered for older adults! This 18” x 26” full-color poster reminds older adults about the benefits of exercise and provides information about NIA’s Go4Life website.

PDF (263.67 KB)
Keywords: Exercise

NIHSeniorHealth "At Last!" bookmark

This free bookmark is available individually to the public and in quantities to faith-based organizations, social service providers, or other agencies.

PDF (297.81 KB)
Keywords: NIHSeniorHealth

NIHSeniorHealth "Wisdom" bookmark

This free bookmark is available individually to the public and in quantities to faith-based organizations, social service providers, or other agencies.

PDF (190.35 KB)
Keywords: NIHSeniorHealth

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