Dealing with Disability: Diagnosing and Treating Elderly Alzheimer’s As one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States, Alzheimer’s disproportionately affects the elderly and over five million Americans are affected by the disease. “Alzheimer’s is the only top 10 American cause of death that cannot be slowed, cured or prevented, and one out of […]
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A Sons Birthday and Baby Bottle Memories Our firstborn son celebrated his 44th birthday with a business trip out of town. To top it off, he was sick with a flu that would not go away. As hubby and I sat and worried about him, I reminisced about some of his funnier escapades form birth […]
Why Mom’s Shoes should Not have Shoe Strings Shoe strings are a nuisance and I have often wondered why they didn’t create Velcro first. From the time we are young children, shoe strings are a royal pain. It takes forever to teach small children to tie shoe strings and if you think about it, it […]
The Sage Test – An Easy test to Monitor Your Cognitive Abilities The biggest problem with Alzheimer’s, (other than not having a cure) has always been that most folks aren’t diagnosed until they are far into the middle stages. Many of the signs and symptoms can be attributed to normal aging and may be neglected until […]
Best Books about Alzheimer’s Dementia by Category One of the first things I did after my Mom’s diagnosis was to gather a stockpile of books. I had no idea how to handle her odd behavior or cope with my severe fatigue from arguing with her with little nor no results.. Reading and learning is important! It […]