The Dementia Action Plan Journey



Witness one man’s journey to better brain health and overall wellness.

Bob Ingram from Sullivan, Illinois shares his journey to overall wellness. Bob is a former engineer, woodworker and navy veteran, who noticed a decline in his mental and physical health. He sought help from Interact Well Care and his primary care provider to develop a plan for better brain health and wellness.

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Dementia Action Plan Book

Dementia Action Plan describes lifestyle choices that will help you fight dementia, as well as many specific suggestions for a personalized plan. Symptoms of dementia appear up to 20 years after damage to the brain begins, so the time to start this fight is now.

Memory Improvement

Dementia is not a disease. It is an umbrella term applied to a group of symptoms related to memory loss, the ability to perform daily activities, engage in rational thinking, make plans, and communicate with others.

Dementia Risk Factors

Dementia is the end product of your whole system experiencing chaos. This chaos affects your heart, your lungs, your immune system and hormones, your musculoskeletal system, the mitochondria in your cells, and eventually your brain.

Modifiable Lifestyle Choices

To begin improving your health and reducing your risk of dementia, you need to address seven modifiable lifestyle factors of sleep, exercise, eathing healthy, decreasing stress, detoxifying your environment, improving social connection, and sensory and mental stimulation. 

An estimated 5.8 million Americans aged 65 and older are living with Alzheimer’s dementia in 2020.
According to the Alzheimer’s Association, only half of seniors are being assessed for thinking and memory issues, and many fewer receive routine assessments.