Nov 22, 2018

Can You Get Your Loved One to Sing this Song on Thanksgiving?

We care every day. It isn't always easy, but we give of ourselves selflessly all year round. For this we should be proud. Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks. So on this day, I say thanks to all of the Alzheimer's caregivers around the world - You are accomplishing more each day than those around you might be imaging.



Did you know?

  • 80 percent of those living with Alzheimer's or a related dementia are cared for at home.

  • More than 15 million Americans care for someone with Alzheimer's.

  • 40 percent of stay at home caregivers are men.


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I chose this song because it uses the word "Yes" over and over, and because it is about food.

Can you get your loved one along with your family to sing this song together?

It is full of positive emotion and good feelings. Let's face it, we all have the kid inside us.





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Originally published in the Alzheimer's Reading Room November, 2018
https://www.alzheimersreadingroom.com/2018/11/can-you-get-your-loved-one-to-sing-this-song.html