pintando el alzheimer

Painting Alzheimer’s


By Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) All artists sign their work, however, by the end of 1999, William Utermohlen could barely remember his signature. Born in Philadelphia (1933), William was a famous American artist living in…

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6 activities to improve memory - 6 ejercicios para mejorar la memoria -interpretar la hora de los relojes

6 activities to improve memory


“Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us”, Oscar Wilde once wrote. Memory is the storage of information and personal experiences. It gives us the capability to learn and adapt. Thanks to…

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alzheimer

Quality of life in Alzheimer’s disease


When this topic was first proposed to me, I did not hesitate one second in accepting to write about the quality of life in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). You may wonder why it took me only…

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Celebrities with neurological and mental disorders

Celebrities with neurological and mental disorders


Whether you are rich or poor, famous or not, we can all be affected by illness. Athletes, politicians, actors, singers, etc.: illness does not discriminate. Today, we will address the neurological and mental disorders suffered…

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La identidad del cuidador frente a la enfermedad del Alzheimer

The Caregiver’s identity in the face of Alzheimer’s disease


Identity is the set of characteristics that a person has and that distinguishes them from others. Without identity, we do not exist. This is what happens to the primary caregivers of patients with Alzheimer’s: they…

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explicar el Alzheimer a los niños - Enfermedad del Alzheimer - Explaining Alzheimer’s Disease to Children

Explaining Alzheimer’s Disease to Children


Every July 26th Grandparents Day is celebrated to pay tribute to the vital role grandparents play in families. At NeuronUP, we would like to take this opportunity to discuss the difficult task of explaining Alzheimer’s disease to…

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memoria afectiva y Alzheimer - emotional memory and Alzheimer’s

The remains from a shipwreck: emotional memory and Alzheimer’s


The remains from a shipwreck. That’s what I like to call what Alzheimer´s doesn’t take away. And that is, in a way, the representation of what outlasts the disease after such a tremendous tsunami of destruction….

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Intervención con NeuronUP en una persona mayor diagnosticada de demencia tipo Alzheimer Cognitive intervention with NeuronUP in an older adult diagnosed with Alzheimer's-type dementia

Cognitive intervention with NeuronUP in an older adult diagnosed with Alzheimer’s-type dementia


The following cognitive intervention with NeuronUP recommends a series of activities aimed ata specific case of an older adult diagnosed with Alzheimer’s-type dementia. This is the most common type of dementia and is characterized by being…

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