Caring for a Person with Alzheimer's disease: Challenges and Coping Strategies
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is an illness of the brain. It causes large numbers of nerve cells in the brain to die. This affects a person's ability to remember things and think clearly. People with AD become forgetful and easily confused. They may have a hard time concentrating and behave in odd ways. These problems get worse as the illness gets worse, making your job as caregiver harder. Read More
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