The California Alzheimer's Disease Centers (CADCs) are a statewide network of ten dementia care Centers of Excellence at university medical schools, established by legislation in 1984.
The CADCs effectively and efficiently improve dementia health care delivery, provide specialized training and education to health care professionals, and advance the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
You should focus on the “Smart Living” approach for managing herpes which is posted elsewhere on this site.
At a time when they have an active infection on the genitalia, if they were to sit on a toilet seat that is used by others, it would be common courtesy to clean the toilet seat after use with either alcohol or soap and water on a clean cloth and then set the cloth aside to be laundered in a hot wash. One is the issue of transmitting herpes to the baby if the mother is having an outbreak during the birth.
WE NEVER EVER POST LETTERS SENT TO US BY OUR CLIENTS. It is best to read some of the different approaches recommended, and maybe get some advice in one of the Chat Rooms.
THE LETTERS THAT FOLLOW ARE SUMMARY QUESTIONS OF SOME OF THE MANY THOUSANDS OF QUESTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN SENT TO US OVER THE YEARS. Here are some suggestions provided by different organizations. You should know up front that although transmission of herpes is very unlikely unless there is actual close physical contact of a sexual nature, however the use of condoms and spermicides is NOT 100% effective in prevention, although they have been reported to reduce the risk.
The CADCs also provide an important ongoing economic stimulus, attracting fiscal resources to meet the growing needs of Californians affected by dementia.
These include industry and federal support for clinical trials and research; foundation and federal support for training programs, fellowships, and research grants; and private philanthropy.