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1. Angry Outbursts. Having your loved one or patient violently snap out at you can be very traumatic. Especially becomes sometimes it’s not seen coming. We can be 100% loving and caring and the next moment they will snap at us. 2. Speech problems. Not being able to understand what they are saying makes caregiving very hard. Even by being...
Used a Snapchat Filter with your Loved one - $10 Cried after a Stressful day of Caregiving -$20 Panicked after your Loved one wandered off alone - $15 Cleaned up a freshly cooked meal they just spilled - $10 Patiently waited 5 min for Loved one to gather their thoughts - $15 Given them a bath - $20 ...
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You’ve been told at least once that your sibling is taking great care of them, even though you’ve been doing all the word When you buy childproof locks at a store, someone asks how old your child is and receive weird looks when you say 80   via GIPHY   Finally getting a moment alone after a long day of caregiving ...
Hurricanes are among the worst natural disasters that affect North and Central America. Being prepared if you are in a hurricane zone can make all the difference. Having a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration radio will help keep you updated in the event of a hurricane or other natural disaster. In this article, we will explore how you can...
My name is Amy and this is my message to anyone that has just had a Loved one Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. As someone who has dealt with a Loved one with Alz for a few years now, I feel like I can offer some words of advice for those who are just entering this new world. It can definitely be...
Alzheimer’s Disease is like an Iceberg. An Iceberg has over 90% of its mass below the surface. Meaning that you don’t see 90% of the iceberg. This is a good metaphor for Alzheimer's Disease as its effects are not always outward facing. You don’t necessarily know all the symptoms that someone might be facing because some of them happen...

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