Some people wonder why, I wonder why not?
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
I wonder if AD caregivers take the time to think and reflect about what they are accomplishing?
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Many Alzheimer's caregivers have to deal with the anger of a person living with Alzheimer's disease. Many of them tell me this tends to be worse in the late afternoon or early evening.
I wonder if this problem could be alleviated by taking the patient out into bright light around 4 PM each day?
I wonder how many Alzheimer's caregivers have visited the Lakeview Ranch website?
The Lakeview Ranch takes care of the most difficult to care for Alzheimer's patients. I wonder how many AD caregivers looked at this page and tried to incorporate some of the activities into their daily routine?
I wonder how many AD caregivers can answer this question, what is the core body temperature of the Alzheimer's patient? I wonder if they take the temperature of the patient every day?
I wonder if persons working in memory care facilities know the core body temperature of each patient? I wonder if they take their temperature each day.
I wonder how many people know that when Dotty's temperature rises to 98.4 she is sick. Most often she has a urinary tract infection. Dotty's core body temperature is 97.6.
I wonder if AD caregivers are more likely to say, I will, I can, or s/he can't?
Do you wonder? What are you wondering about right now?
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