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If you know someone that has been touched by Alzheimer’s disease you might consider sending this article to them.
I meet and talk to Alzheimer’s caregivers all the time. It is not unusual for them to tell me that as time goes on, and as Alzheimer’s worsens, one by one their family and friends fade away….
Like it or not, if you are a family member or friend of an Alzheimer’s caregiver and you are not helping them — you have abandoned them. I am sure this sounds harsh. But, it’s not even close to the harshness of your own behavior.
Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer’s Reading Room
One of the most frustrating things I encounter daily is the vast array of home health aides that, although trained to provide clinical and household help to their elderly clients just aren’t trained well enough in Alzheimer’s Related Disorders.