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    How to Deal with Stubbornness in an Alzheimer’s Patient

    If you are a primary caregiver for an Alzheimer’s patient, you know how difficult it can be to provide excellent care and support around...

    How Adult Daycares Saved My Mother

    What is the biggest Challenge you had to overcome with Alzheimer’s? Show your support by Commenting! In October 2017, my sister and I checked out a...

    Alzheimer’s: You Are Too Young to Forget

    My mom was diagnosed at 59 with Alzheimer's. She will be 68 this August. It began with small oddities. First, there had been accusations us of stealing items such as wooden spoons and beach towels followed by clocking in at Publix to go to work, grocery shop, then coming right back home.

    Alzheimer’s: A Caregiver’s Story

    I have been a caregiver to family members with Alzheimer's since I was 10 years old. My grandmother, Lula Bennett Demarest, was in her mid-60s when we first started noticing the changes.

    The Different Levels of Alzheimer’s

    Several of my friends' parents were diagnosed with Alzheimer's. One mother, a housewife, declined very rapidly within several years' time to the point her abilities for self-care, ability to use language, feed herself and use the bathroom by herself were drastically reduced.

    What Alzheimer’s Really Looks Like

    What does Alzheimer’s look like to You and Your Family? Comment Below! I started really caring for mom in her third year of being diagnosed...
    Lewy Body Dementia

    I was Diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia

    What was your first Reaction when you got your Diagnosis? Show your support by Commenting! I remember being told I had Lewy Body Dementia. After exhaustive...

    Happy Times with Alzheimer’s

    What kind of experience do you have with an Alzheimer’s patient? Share it in the Comments Below! Alzheimer’s is not always a terrible experience. There...