It isn't easy being an Alzheimer's caregiver...Alzheimer's Reading Room
“Few people are prepared to be an Alzheimer’s caregiver. The first thing you must learn is that you are not alone.
Alzheimer’s was a foreign world to me when I first noticed the signs in my mother.
She became increasingly mean, moody, and was easily confused.
Now that I’m armed with knowledge and a positive outlook, caring for my mother is fulfilling and rewarding.”
-- Bob DeMarco
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Alzheimer's Reading Room and an Alzheimer's caregiver. The blog contains more than 2,460 articles with more than 371,100 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.
Original content Bob DeMarco, the Alzheimer's Reading Room