Watch videos from the Alzheimer's Disease Research Center at Mayo Clinic about Alzheimer's disease and related dementia disorders.
Alzheimer's disease videos
Learn about healthy brain aging and Alzheimer's disease.
Mayo Clinic Minute: Do active minds delay Alzheimer's?
Brain games, puzzles, reading and crafts. Do activities that keep your mind active help ward off symptoms of Alzheimer's disease? A study in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology suggests they might.
Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) videos
Watch videos from the Mayo Clinic Frontotemporal Degeneration Knowledge and Support Summit, including presentations from field-leading experts from Mayo Clinic, the Association of Frontotemporal Dementias, and skilled frontotemporal dementia care and support providers and advisors.
Overview of the FTD Spectrum Disorders
Medical Treatments and Therapies
Genetics and FTD Disorders
Current Landscape of Research
Providing Help, Advancing Hope: AFTD’s 2019-2022 Strategic Plan
Lewy body dementia (LBD) videos
Watch videos from the Mayo Clinic Lewy Body Dementia Knowledge and Support Summit, including presentations from field-leading experts from Mayo Clinic and the University of Washington; a Q&A session with attendees; and testimonies from a person with Lewy body dementia, a caregiver and a support group.
Lewy body dementia: An overview
Mayo Clinic neurologist Neill R. Graff-Radford, M.D., provides an overview of Lewy body dementia, including its history and the core features clinicians use to make an accurate diagnosis.
Medications for LBD symptom management
Mayo Clinic neurologist Bradley F. Boeve, M.D., discusses the different medications available to manage various symptoms of Lewy body dementia that may arise.
Lewy body dementia: Understanding and addressing fluctuations and visual hallucinations
Mayo Clinic neuropsychologist Tanis J. Ferman, Ph.D., discusses the background and causes of fluctuations and hallucinations and gives tips for caregivers to engage constructively and compassionately with a person experiencing hallucinations.
After the diagnosis — Now what? Strategies for living well with LBD
Kimiko Domoto-Reilly, M.D., of the University of Washington, shares how to live well with Lewy body dementia, including next steps, empowerment through curiosity, and strategies to find and sustain hope.
The art of communication: Tips for people with Lewy body dementia and their care partners
Marigrace Becker, M.S.W., of the University of Washington Memory and Brain Wellness Center, discusses tips to communicate effectively and support the dignity of people with Lewy body dementia and their caregivers.
You Asked, Leading Experts Answered panel
Moderated by Philip W. Tipton, M.D., of Mayo Clinic, Drs. Boeve, Graff-Radford, Ferman, and Domoto-Reilly answer questions submitted by attendees via the Dementia Hub online blog, touching on topics including diagnosis, sleep and medication, among other subjects.
Reflections from the Lewy Body Dementia Knowledge and Support Summit include testimonies from a person with Lewy body dementia, a caregiver and a support group discussing their experiences with Lewy body dementia and where they find hope and resilience every day.