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Alzheimer's - What Behavioral Changes to Expect?
Alzheimer’s is one of the most famous diseases that are characterized by memory decline. Memory pervades so much of our daily life, and to have this component of our mind slowly taken away creates jarring consequences. The first step in caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease involves becoming familiar with what changes to expect. We wrote about physical changes in a previous article, and I’m devoting this post to behavioral modifications. Again, we're breaking Alzheimer’s into discrete stages, but please be advised that the disease sees no boundaries and progresses gradually, so some observations may seem out of place in relation to your particular experience with the disease.
ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Chris Miller, 13, of West Palm Beach, Fla., is a free spirit always seeking the next thrill, but he also carries the weight of a responsibility that leaves him in constant fear.
In the position of caregiver or friend to a loved a one who suffers from a chronic condition, finding the right words can be hard and often times we can end up frustrating or offending those we care about the most when our intentions are best.