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Alzheimer’s disease came into my life in January of 2001, and at the time, it seemed like the lesser of two evils. more

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We know all about our loved ones we care for, but how can we help their other caregivers know them in a similar way? more

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Putting Alzheimer’s in Perspective more

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Not again? You’ve heard that story about Sunday trips in the big black Studebaker at least 100 times. more

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I think one of the hardest tasks of love for a caregiver to an Alzheimer's patient, is trying to help them maintain their dignity. more

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Traveling long distances with a person in the early stage of dementia may still be quite enjoyable. As dementia advances, however, traveling becomes unpredictable as the person becomes more confusing. more

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“It’s a Puh.. Puh… Puh… word.”  I desperately explained to my husband. He turned his head away from me and walked into the other room. I stood there alone, bereft, defeated, feeling the tears burn through my embarrassment and frustration. more

Jun 7, 2017 5:13 PM Articles

I decided to write this article to provide some tips to the wonderful people who are caring for caregivers. more

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Travel poses special problems for people with dementing illnesses, for example, Alzheimer's disease, multi-infarct dementia, Parkinson's disease, Pick's disease, or injury that results in disabling intellectual impairment. more

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Orange marmalade is alright. Not my favorite. more

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It’s hard to say when it happened but I knew Your memory had started to fade and something was different about you more

May 31, 2017 1:08 PM CareVerses

Older people often lose what has defined them: family, spouses, friends, careers, and their homes. Reminiscence is a free-flowing process of thinking or talking about one’s experiences to reflect on and recapture significant events of a lifetime. more

May 11, 2017 9:23 AM Articles