What would you do? Do you have a disaster plan in place?...By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
This raises some important questions.
First, if you get sick do you have a plan in place for who is going to step into your shoes and care for your Alzheimer's patient?
Second, say a natural disaster like an earthquake, tornado, or flood ruined your home, do you have a plan in place for the Alzheimer's patient?
Third, do you know what you would do if you found yourself in a situation where you had to vacate your home on short notice due to a threat like a wild fire or hurricane?
What would you do? Do you have a disaster plan in place?
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