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If there was one thing you could say to help people better understand Alzheimer’s, what would it be? Take a read and Comment on the blog to Show your support! I have had so many questions surrounding the Alzheimer’s that I thought I will try and put it down on paper. Just months before my 41st birthday I decided to go...
If there was one thing you could say to help people better understand Alzheimer’s, what would it be? How would you describe it? Take a read and Comment on the blog to Raise Awareness! Several of my friends’ parents were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. A. One mother, a housewife, declined very rapidly within several years’ time to the point her abilities for self-care,...
Mild cognitive impairment, аlѕо knоwn аѕ bеnіgn senescent forgetfulness, is a dіѕоrdеr whеrеіn nerve сеllѕ responsible for specific соgnіtіvе functions or аbіlіtіеѕ ѕuсh аѕ memory, language, rеаdіng, аttеntіоn, judgmеnt, аnd wrіtіng аrе damaged. Hоwеvеr, many еxреrtѕ bеlіеvе thаt mоѕt MCI ѕuffеrеrѕ display impairment іn the area of mеmоrу. If уоur frіеndѕ or family ѕtаrt tо nоtісе thаt you аrе dіѕрlауіng...
How did Alzheimer’s affect your and your loved one’s lives? Share your Story and show your Support by Commenting on the Blog! When Ann was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, I was, at first, in denial. How could this happen to her? How could this devastating disease find it’s way into such a brilliant mind, capable of so much throughout...
How did you bring up the possibility of Alzheimer’s with a loved one? Take a Read and let us know in the Comments! I knew something was different about her the moment we first danced at Parents without Partners, a social club for single parents. There had been a disconcerting ridge along her side. I recognized thoracic scoliosis, a curvature of...
Is someone close to you struggling with Alzheimer’s? Share this Story to Show Your Support! My mom was diagnosed at 59 with Alzheimer’s. She will be 68 this August. It began with small oddities. First, there had been accusations us of stealing items such as wooden spoons and beach towels followed by clocking in at Publix to go to work,...
Have you ever been a caregiver for anyone with Alzheimer’s? Take a read and Comment on the blog to Raise Awareness! I have been a caregiver to family members with Alzheimer’s since I was 10 years old. My grandmother, Lula Bennett Demarest, was in her mid-60s when we first started noticing the changes. She had been a chain smoker since...
What kind of experience do you have with an Alzheimer's patient? Share it in the Comments Below! Alzheimer’s is not always a terrible experience. There can be many happy times with the Alzheimer’s patient. Dad was a laid back kind of guy. He was very funny and never lost his temper that I recall. It was pretty sad for all of...
We recently launched an Ambitious Kickstarter project. What is it? It’s a childrens book. Get the Book, CLICK HERE Well, I know that doesn’t sound too Ambitious but it is. A very difficult aspect of Alzheimer’s Disease is the effects it has on one’s family members. We created a beautiful book full of great visuals meant for Children and Teens. It’s a story...
Does anyone in your family suffer from dementia? Share to show your support! The trouble with memory can be an early symptom of dementia. The changes are often subtle and tend to involve short-term memory. An older person may be able to remember events that took place years ago but not what they had for breakfast. Other symptoms of changes...

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