Blessed Holidays When Alzheimer’s Is in the Picture

Alzheimer's Speaks Blog

Great Article

by Trish Vradenburg of UsAgainstAlzheimer’s

Trish'sBlog_logo_us_against_alzIt was also published on the Huffington Post

The one constant about life is that it is always changing. This dynamic is particularly acute around the holidays. USAgainstAlzheimer’s recently asked some of our supporters, who are on the front lines and live this disease every day, for advice on how to tackle this challenging time and create new memories. Here’s what they told us:

1. “Keep your expectations reasonable. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Holidays won’t ever be the way they used to be and every year will be different. But that doesn’t mean they have to be bad. Enjoy the great moments you can still have.”

2. “It’s great if your loved ones are able to communicate their needs to you. But make sure you create a comfortable and nurturing environment for them to be able to share…

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A 40 something daughter whose Mother died of Alzheimer's Disease. I plan on using this as a place to vent my frustrations and sadness. And I probably will post other stuff.
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