Dealing With A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s And Dementia Behaviors
Dealing with A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behaviors
Alzheimer's and Dementia

Dealing with A Loved One’s Difficult Alzheimer’s and Dementia Behaviors

If you have a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, you are probably familiar with certain challenging behaviors. Prior to their diagnosis, you may have viewed someone with dementia as just exhibiting symptoms of confusion or memory loss, while…

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10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs
10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs
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10 Alzheimer’s Warning Signs

The aging of a parent marks a new chapter in life. Learning how to care for and serve them as they have long cared for you is emotional. Often, children are on edge and analyzing every little detail of a parent’s behavior making sure they are healthy and not showing sign of mental or physical distress. A concern for many children is that their parent will develop Alzheimer’s, a form of dementia.

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Drive

  Jeannette Tate didn’t get her driver's license until she was 47 years old. But boy, did she ever take that mobility and run.   Long before then, she’d arrived as a new mother in the place she’d call home…

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