My Mom is turning 56 this year and was just diagnosed with early stage of Alzheimer's. Will she forget us soon?
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Will she live past her 70's, or is she likely to die before she is in her 60's? How will my dad deal with things he doesn't say it but seems overwhelmed already. Is there help for him to take care of her once she can't care for herself?
People with Alzheimer's and dementia often experience difficulty with recalling the names and faces of their family, friends, and professional care team. In some cases, though, all they need is a little help to mentally connect the dots.
The stories we hear and the stories we tell define who we are and how we perceive our world. Alzheimer's is perceived by many as a story-stealer, but a courageous group of caregivers and patients aim to change the view of Alzheimer's disease.
The AgingCare.com forum is filled with people coming together to share valuable information. We’ve compiled experienced caregivers’ best suggestions for devices and programs to help locate and identify dementia patients who wander.