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Old 07-24-2011, 06:37 PM   #6
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Re: Alzheimers spouse

Ken...didn't we already give you a tiara...you want a medal and a promotion too? Well. Ok..you get it!!


Dancyn...get your ducks in a row now. Get legal things in order. Don't hide what his diagnosis is. It touches many many more people than you expect.
As the others have said....you cannot do this on your own. Scope out what is available in your area before you need it. Find a doctor who listens to you. You will find that is one of the most important things. If you find he changes in any way, call the doctor. Do not wait til his next scheduled appointment. Then take it day by day and as new problems arise, ask...there are so many here who have been in every stage that is ahead of you.

Remember to enjoy the sweet moments. Those are the ones that you will hold dear.

I bookmarked the site and just click on it to open to this page on Alzheimer's.

Love, Meg

 
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