Yes, you will be required to make an enormous sacrifice if you decide to keep the person who is deeply forgetful at home.
+Alzheimer's Reading Room
Our reader VAharleywitch wrote in the comments section under the article You Can't Leave a Person with Alzheimer's Alone.
|Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room|
I'd love to get input on what to do if the person w AD is anti-social - my dad, during my lifetime, has had perhaps 2 friends, and not even any additional acquaintances. Even co-workers were in-office, never going to lunch or happy hour w/ them, much less weekend activities.What advice or insight can you offer?
My mom & I are concerned about once he can't be left alone, and he's sullen/ignores those he doesn't know. He's at the constantly sleeping/vegging out on tv stage.
Use the comments area below to share your insights and opinions.
- What is the Difference Between Alzheimer’s and Dementia
- Test Your Memory for Alzheimer's (5 Best Memory Tests)
- First Sign of Alzheimer's Short Term Memory Loss
- What is Alzheimer's Disease?
- Is Alzheimer's World an Irrational Place?
- Communicating in Alzheimer's World
- The Seven Stages of Alzheimer's
You are reading original content the Alzheimer's Reading Room