Alzheimer's & Dementia
A disease unlike any other, Alzheimer's will forever alter you, your loved one and your entire family. Facing these changes may seem impossible but understanding the whole spectrum from mental, physical, emotional, medical and financial will help you meet the challenges. Find insights and support here, to face Alzheimer's with strength and grace.
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Behavior quirks holding water (or whatever the person is drinking) in their mouth and not swallowing. Any advice?
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17 hrs ago
What do I do when my husband with Alzheimer's doesn't want the medication?
Asked by romelie
20 hrs ago
My Mother lives with me I do everything except bathing and dressing. I do cooking washing and giving mess can I get paid I'm retire
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22 hrs ago
How do you cope when your Alzheimer's parent doesn't remember the family?
Asked by jeffrey20832
25 hrs ago
Mom has dementia and tries to leave the home or at least open the front door. Tips?
Asked by ECrabtreeW
37 hrs ago
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