We at reaDementia focus on writing high-quality articles that help anyone facing dementia, as well as their family members, friends and caregivers. Through our in-depth reviews and overviews of different conditions, symptoms and treatments, we try to contribute our knowledge via easy-to-digest content.
By covering the full spectrum of dementia, reaDementia is one of the most trusted resources that connects multiple professionals who share their expertise. We also guarantee that each content is up-to-date, meeting all the latest standards. Meaning, we frequently go through the articles and reviews and update them accordingly.
With the content that you find on reaDementia, you can learn all about:
- All the various types of dementia (Alzheimer’s, vascular dementia, Lewy body dementia, frontotemporal Dementia, etc.)
- Signs and symptoms
- Different stages of dementia (early stages, middle stages and late stages)
- Lifestyle changes and diet
- Treatments and care
- Risk and prevention
While it is our main goal to become your most trusted asset to anything and everything dementia-related; it is not always all about us.
That said, we want to hear it from you, too. If you have a personal story to share regarding your experience with dementia, whether in your family or as a caregiver, feel free to share it with us.
By joining forces, we can create the largest and most powerful hub that will positively impact the community.
Meet our team
Laura Herman has been an elder and dementia care professional for over twenty years in every role from frontline caregiver to facility administrator. She is passionate about sharing information with people who work with and love people with dementia. Laura is the author of ABC Dementia, a blog focused on understanding and responding to behavioral communications in dementia.
Porsche Lee is a physician assistant (PA) currently working in geriatrics and wound care. Her training was completed at USC Keck School of Medicine, one of the top 10 PA schools. She works closely with dementia patients, adjusting their medications, coordinating care with behavioral health, and educating their family, friends, and caregivers on how to best care for them.
Teodora Ghiur has an educational background in Psychology and graduated with an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience. She followed her passion for neuroscience and cognition by working in clinical trials studies in the UK where she helped seniors with memory decline access the latest treatment options for Alzheimer’s and Dementia. At the moment she is heavily involved in Neuroscience research in Neurofeedback treatment, helping older adults improve their cognitive skills using the latest EEG technology.
Petra Boh graduated from the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, with a degree: Help for relatives of people with dementia in homes for older people. She is a professional social worker with experience in government organization, where she was working with legal guardianship, temporary and permanent custody for people with dementia.
Dr. Muhammad Usman
Dr. Muhammad Usman is a doctor, nutritionist, and researcher. Graduating from a prestigious medical institution with honors, Dr. Usman is also a member of the Royal College of Physicians. He is an avid researcher with more than two dozen publications in peer-reviewed journals. With these qualifications, he has helped many people reach their health and fitness goals.
Yasmin Aghajan MD
Dr. Aghajan is a neurology resident physician at Harvard in Boston, MA. She completed her medical school training and internal medicine internship at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine.
Dementia appeared unexpectedly in Rok’s life, when he decided to make a contribution to the community via starting reaDementia. A website where professionals and general public would connect to grow in knowledge and understanding of dementia.
Adrienne Ione is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology specializing in Grief Counseling. As an integrative health practitioner, she supports people on their journey of full mind-body integration. She specializes in the health and wellbeing of people ages 60 and greater – with subspecialties in dementia and grief.
Aziz Tarafder is a Director of TabTime ltd, the UK’s medication management specialist. Having seen his family touched by dementia, he is passionate about improving dementia care and is proud that every day TabTime helps 1000s of people with dementia to take their medication correctly.
Candace Kastanis is a freelance medical writer with accreditations from John Hopkins University. She is a proven medical journalist with an extensive scientific background. She believes in being a trusted resource for the most up-to-date medical information and research. Additionally, Candace writes creatively in which she is a celebrated author.