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I don't know that much about LBD...I stay with my husband 24/7..I see the changes but very scared and confused about his prognosis. Almost nobody's heard of it..in pretty much...lost. Read more

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What rights do a I have as a live-in caregiver for my parent? Do I have a right to privacy from siblings who visit unannounced? Read more

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I'm a caregiver for my mother who's a paranoid schizophrenic and my brother who's autistic. There's not really many resources for me in the suburbs of Philadelphia at least face-to-face resources or meetings or support groups. Read more

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I believe my parents - who have different stages of Alzheimer's; should be allowed to  "participate" in anything that involves their care (ie: who, what, where, when, etc.); as well as any & all family conferences in their regard. Read more

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My grandmother recently had her leg amputated and came home to my mom's house where she now lives. My Mom has vowed never to put her in a nursing home but I am concerned. Read more

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I believe that my parents, who have different stages of Alzheimer's, should be allowed to  "participate" in anything that involves their care as well as any and all family conferences in their regard. Unfortunately, Read more

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Almost nothing is more crucial in times of family crisis than having the family support system ready to act. Read more

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The concept of building a care team is not new, yet many families and caregivers are unaware of its importance to their respective roles. Read more

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Joan, Steve and Ross are siblings who are dealing with the death of their mother.  Her death ended up leaving their father, Matt, living at home alone. The loss of their mother and the grieving they were going through left the family emotionally raw. Read more

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