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A husband vowed to care for his wife at home after her diagnosis of Lewy body and Alzheimer’s disease. Their daughters worried about them both.
When your loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or when you start observing the symptoms associated with it, it can be very challenging on many levels, emotionally, physically and also from the standpoint of understanding the details correctly.
Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can be challenging to cope with, especially if it’s happening to a loved one. If you’re caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, consider asking your health professional and care provider if they have telemedicine services available.
Even seemingly minor changes in routine can cause Alzheimer’s patients undue stress and frustration. A Dementia Care Specialist who knows how to properly diffuse a situation that might otherwise blow up into something much worse, however, can quickly help restore peace and order. Betty’s Buggy [Read More...]
Alzheimer's Awareness Month Sheds Spotlight on Treatment, Prevention Efforts November marks the beginning of National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, a reminder that the number of people who will develop the disease is expected to skyrocket over the next few years. Starting Jan. 1, 79 million [Read More...]