This handout outlines how changes caused by a dementia diagnosis can impact driving and identifies warning sign for the older adult and care partner to keep in mind. 2 Pages.

This resource provides an at-a-glance summary about how to administer and interpret the Cornell Scale for Depression in Dementia. 1 Page.

This guideline summarizes current recommendations for recognition, diagnosis and longitudinal management of cognitive impairment and dementia in the elderly. 30 Pages.

This supplemental resource provides a quick summary of the clock drawing test administration and interpretation.
3 Pages.

This test provides a quick screening test for cognitive dysfunction (frontal and temporo-parietal functioning) secondary to dementia, delirium, or a range of neurological and psychiatric illnesses. It is a component of the mini-cog assessment, also serving the function of distracter for the three-word recall. 1 Page.

This best practice guideline provides the resources necessary so that nurses, other healthcare professionals and administrators who are leading and facilitating practice changes can take an evidence-based approach to developing policies, procedures, protocols, educational programs, assessment and documentation tools. 220 Pages.

The Review is aimed at providing information about Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and other dementias to physicians, healthcare professionals and patients. With a focus on review-based articles written in accessible yet comprehensive language, the Review covers issues at the heart of dementia treatment, including reports on advances in pharmacotherapy, discussions about diagnosing and managing behaviors associated with AD and other dementias, and the provision of support for dementia patients and those caring for them.

The By Us For Us© Guides (BUFU guides) are a series of guides created by a group of talented and passionate persons with dementia and/or partners in care. The guides are designed to equip persons with dementia with the necessary tools to enhance their well being and manage daily challenges.

In this resource caregivers suggest ways in which private homes may be adapted for persons with Alzheimer's Disease, and their caregivers. The suggestions are organized by the following clusters: safety and security; pacing, wandering and confusion; anxiousness and restlessness; and caregiver needs. 18 Pages.

Safely Home is a MedicAlert ID and service designed to help people living with dementia who go missing. Medically trained specialists are available within 5 seconds to supply police and emergency responders with the member's physical description, emergency contacts and critical health information, supporting both the search for a missing person as well as the next steps after a missing person with dementia has been found.