Posted July 30, 2012

An article from McKnight's Long Term Care News on another possible breakthrough in caring for those with Alzheimer's… 

Sunlight treatment could help nighttime wandering in people with Alzheimer's, study suggests

 // July 27, 2012

The tendency of Alzheimer's patients to wander at night could be tied to the quantity of daylight they're exposed to, new research finds. As a result, experts say that “light therapy” could be helpful in treating this behavior.

 

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