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I arrived for my first half day of volunteering to visit three ladies with Alzheimer’s at Brookdale Senior Living’s Clare Bridge memory care facility near my home in Overland Park, Kansas. Carolyn, my first lady to see, was sitting in the lobby with three other residents. I went up to her, introduced myself, and told
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Now that I’m in my 60’s, I have been feeling the need for better role models – truly wise people who serve as guides for how to live consciously and sustainably on planet earth. In our digital age, when news, opinions and images from around the world are available 24 hours a day, more people
Your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. As the disease progresses, everyone involved with the care of your loved one will be confronted with difficult decisions in response to overwhelming challenges. To help you through the process, here are insightful tips to three controversial decisions Alzheimer’s caregivers must face. Should the Person Stop Driving?