A Review of “Reflection: A Caretaker’s Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease

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What would you do, if a loved one is stricken with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease?  It’s not an easy situation and it can be an emotionally rough battle for the family and friends.   Though she hasn’t been diagnosed, my mother is demonstrating the early signs of dementia.

Thankfully, I live in a community where I can reach out and get the support of friends and family.  I live in a community filled with seniors; they know and understand.

My situation is in sharp contrast to many family that are going through a similar situation.  For these people, it can be a long journey that can leave one feeling isolated and afraid. They typically don’t need a medical journal on Alzheimer or a sermon on healing.

How about hug of understanding? Continue reading “A Review of “Reflection: A Caretaker’s Battle With Alzheimer’s Disease”