7 Stages of Alzheimers Disease Infographic - Subscribe to Life's Learning's blog at: http://lifeslearning.org/ Counselors, join us at: Facebook.com/LifesLearningForCounselors Facebook for everyone: www.facebook.com/LifesLearningForEveryone

7 Stages of Alzheimers Disease Infographic - Subscribe to Life's Learning's blog at: http://lifeslearning.org/ Counselors, join us at: Facebook.com/LifesLearningForCounselors Facebook for everyone: www.facebook.com/LifesLearningForEveryone

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So, you have opted to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or another debilitating disease, yourself. Very noble and loving, also very stressful. This poster shows some easy things to do to help manage stress, always remember, the caregiver needs loving care as well.

So, you have opted to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or another debilitating disease, yourself. Very noble and loving, also very stressful. This poster shows some easy things to do to help manage stress, always remember, the caregiver needs loving care as well.

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In Rash the mom is the caregiver. She is a caregiver because she cares about her kids and wants to direct them in the correct way. Even if she fails to do so, she still loves her children and family. She is also a caregiver because she follows the rules no matter how crazy and ridiculous they are.

In Rash the mom is the caregiver. She is a caregiver because she cares about her kids and wants to direct them in the correct way. Even if she fails to do so, she still loves her children and family. She is also a caregiver because she follows the rules no matter how crazy and ridiculous they are.

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My life long friend walks up to me and in conversation says.." I have Alzheimer's!" He then struggles to form one full sentence that can he can remember names, etc! As he walks slowly home two doors away...I turn and cry..(two months later he no long can follow Mass on Sunday's..)

My life long friend walks up to me and in conversation says.." I have Alzheimer's!" He then struggles to form one full sentence that can he can remember names, etc! As he walks slowly home two doors away...I turn and cry..(two months later he no long can follow Mass on Sunday's..)

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