by - Julie Fleming
Being an Alzheimer’s caregiver will mean experiencing many moments of sadness, loss, and grief. While it may seem easy (and even necessary) to ignore them to the extent that’s possible, pausing to acknowledge them will be far more helpful. Here’s why and how to do it.
Author: Julie Fleming
Julie provided love & care for her father, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in the fall of 2011 and with vascular dementia in 2014, until he died in 2017. And she had to learn it all the hard way. Sound familiar?
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