New Blog Post on Delirium
Read our newest blog post on family caregivers’ experiences with delirium.more
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Tips from Experts
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New Tip Sheet Available
How can you tell if an emergency room is senior-friendly? Read these ten tips to find out.more
AGS Issues a Second List
Of Five More Tests or Treatments Healthcare Providers and Patients Should Question and Discussmore
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Q: What is post-operative delirium?
A: Delirium is a term meaning “sudden confusion.” Post-operative delirium is delirium that happens after an older adult has an operation (surgery) and is the most common post-operative complication in older adults.