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Can Alzheimer's patients ever stop memory meds?
Asked by Ritashelper
3 hrs ago
I'm caregiver for husband (86) who has Alzheimer's and has had a stroke that's made it very difficult to walk. Any ideas?
Asked by ShirleyB
23 hrs ago
Alzheimer's husband with bad habit. Any advice?
Asked by Sheilaallison1
31 hrs ago
MIL thinks husband just died. He died years ago. How do we respond without disregarding her reality?
Asked by daughterinlaw14
32 hrs ago
My MIL with dementia cannot sleep even with drugs. She's in a foster home. Advice?
Asked by nelkster
35 hrs ago
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Is it more difficult to take care of a newborn baby; or a parent with Alzheimer's/Dementia?
Created by LittleBitAngela
Nov 16, 2014
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