Jun 1, 2013

Alzheimer's Caregiver Hold Your Head Up

Each Alzheimer's caregiver needs to come to a simple understanding -- your accomplishment is wonderful and amazing.

By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room

I often wonder if Alzheimer's caregivers take the time to think about their own accomplish? Do you?

Many caregivers have told me that their family and friends disappear.

Have they?

I've been told hundreds of times, I couldn't do what you are did? My immediate response is always the same - why not?

It is clear to me now that Alzheimer's caregiving is a calling. A dare to live your life with feeling and thought. Key word here, live.

I suggest you listen for the entire three minutes and 34 seconds. Listen closely and think about what it is that you are accomplishing each day.

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Bob DeMarco is the Founder of the Alzheimer's Reading Room (ARR).

We Educate and Empower caregivers and their families. The Alzheimer's Reading Room operates for the benefit of society.