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What is Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s affects everyone differently. While the disease is the same, where it attacks the brain can vary widely. The path of living with Alzheimer’s is similar and has the same result; each person is affected uniquely.

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Assemble a Care Team

Assemble A Caregiving Team

Most of us take on caregiving out of love and yes, responsibility. They are our family. Who else is going to care for them as well as we will?  To be quite frank, most families can’t afford a lot of paid help so it falls on us. How do we keep from going under with our caregiving responsibilities?

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Active brain image

What is Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s affects everyone differently. While the disease is the same, where it attacks the brain can vary widely. The path of living with Alzheimer’s is similar and has the same result; each person is affected uniquely.

Read More »
Assemble a Care Team

Assemble A Caregiving Team

Most of us take on caregiving out of love and yes, responsibility. They are our family. Who else is going to care for them as well as we will?  To be quite frank, most families can’t afford a lot of paid help so it falls on us. How do we keep from going under with our caregiving responsibilities?

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“Nothing Is Wrong With My Mind!” – Anosognosia Explained

So, how does one deal with anosognosia? If they’re convinced nothing is wrong with them, and they don’t need help, isn’t attempting to make them understand going to make things worse?

The short answer is yes. The longer answer is finding a way to work with their “denial” is important in your caregiving journey

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Fading Memories is a supportive podcast for people dealing with a loved one with memory loss. We interview people who have some of the answers and families currently on this journey. Join us and we’ll support each other along the way!

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