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7 The Seventh and The Last Stage of Alzheimer’s dementia

The Last Stage of Alzheimer's If you've read the 7 Stages of Alzheimers, you realize there are obvious degrees of decline through this disease. Sometimes the decline is exhilarated by a hospital stay, a surgery, a particular medication, anything out of the ordinary. But the normal progression of this disease is to the last stage of Alzheimer's or,  Stage Seven. Then there is a total disconnect … [Read More...]

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Is This The Beginning of Alzheimer’s Disease or… What City is this anyway?

The Beginning of Alzheimer's Disease My mother was in her late 70's when her second husband passed away. The time and photo of her, with my son, was 10 years before her diagnosis. Her first marriage had not been a happy one but this second mating was perfect.  Mom enjoyed a full and happy life for 15 years with her second husband,  a kind and caring man. They traveled the East Coast, sights … [Read More...]

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Making the most of your visit to a loved one with Alzheimer’s

Making the Most of Your Visit to a loved one Not being known by someone who is the center of your world; not being able to recognize the person you once idolized; seeing a completely new and strange person replace someone who was once so familiar to you – coping with the changes that the […]

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My Mom My Hero – by Lisa Hirsch :Review

 My Mom My Hero – by Lisa Hirsch As Lisa Hirsch’s mother, Ruthie, began the journey into Alzheimers, Lisa decided to pen thoughts and feelings in a spiral notebook. Their relationship had often been ambivalent and Lisa thought writing about their issues could bring more comfort than arguing with her mother. For many years before […]

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Maria Shriver Announces (Second Edition) The SHRIVER REPORT

The Shriver Report From “Women on the Web” by Sherri Snelling –“The Shriver Report | A Woman’s Nation takes on Alzheimer’s conducted, in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association, shows that ten million American women are touched by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Of the more than five million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, two-thirds are […]

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