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What toTell My Alzheimer's Mom When Dad Passes?
My mother has advanced alzheimers.My father is 91 and is presently very ill.When he passes, what do I do? What do I say to her about where he is? Please help.
How to Celebrate the Holidays
The holidays are exciting, just bursting with festivities: Lights, colors, new furniture, visitors and parties. However, for the Alzheimer’s patient this time period might be overwhelming, even frightening. Here are seven coping tools to make the holiday brighter for both caregiver and loved one.
Alzheimer's Personal Advice Column - 12/8/2003 Update
"When my husband hallucinates about things happening around him how do I respond?" This column will give you the opportunity to take back your power, express your feelings and find a support system.
Alzheimer’s Disease - A Progress Report
Alzheimer’s Disease is influenced by many factors. Researchers throughout the globe are working feverishly on trying to understand and cure this dreaded disease. The following are the latest findings:
Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers Can Exercise to Better Health and Happiness
Physical exercise helps to prevent or slow down physical and mental deterioration. The latest research demonstrates that Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers benefit by a routine fitness program. Here are some basic concepts for creating an exercise program for Silver Sneakers.
Alzheimer's Personal Advice Column
An Alzheimer´s caregiver, patient, or even someone whose memory is overloaded often feels isolated and trivialized. This column will give you the opportunity to take back your power, express your feelings and find a support system. Live Better and heal from within.
Am I Getting Alzheimer’s Or Just Overloaded?
While thinking about a project, or worrying about children, I might have a little trouble concentrating, forget where I put my keys, where I parked the car, and confuse my children’s names. When do these symptoms combine to become a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s versus being artistic or overwhelmed?
Introducing Serene Moments - Visual Meditations for Inner Peace
Through meditation and affirmation we learn to find the still point within: A series of images and affirmations designed to de-stress Alzheimer´s patients, their caregivers and anyone who needs to decompress.
Food for Thought:
If you want to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, be heart smart. Head and Heart are related.
How to Prevent or Slow Down Alzheimer’s with Creative Thinking
Thinking outside the box is helpful as an Alzheimer’s preventative and treatment for the early stages.
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