Can the Alzheimer's caregiver make a difference in the progression of Alzheimer's disease?
Is it possible that Alzheimer's caregiver love can be as effective, or more effective, than the drugs that are currently available for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease?
Can the caregiver make a difference in the way a person suffering from Alzheimer's behaves?
Can the way a person acts toward you make a difference in the way you feel? Can the words of someone you know make you feel happy, sad, or angry?
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“The benefits of having a close caregiver, especially a spouse, may be substantial. The difference in cognitive and functional decline over time between close and not-as-close pairs can mean the difference between staying at home or going to a nursing facility.”
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