SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue
By Jane Heller
Caregivers learn firsthand that illness and medication can cause scary changes in their loved ones. Here...
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Choosing to personally care for a loved one with Alzheimer's can be a noble responsibility to take on, but it is also one that requires a marathoner's mentality.
Your relative or friend may no longer remember the beginning of a paragraph by the end of it, may no longer have clear memories of your childhood or accurate memories of their own, but it often just feels good to be with you.
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