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Mom's Alzheimer's is Making it Difficult to Take her Out


Gail from Draper, UT is concerned that her mother's behavioral symptoms from Alzheimer's is making it difficult to get out of the house. She turns to Mary Maxwell for advice.

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  1. February 21, 2015 at 1:51 pm | Posted by carawilkerso

    The stress of taking care of my mama has took a toll on my marriage what can I do to make him understand


  2. February 15, 2015 at 9:05 pm | Posted by Becky Steinberger

    Love Mary's thoughts on these questions. The laughter is needed. My mom has been gone for six and a half years, now and I miss her. She, too had alz. and was in a home. since I lived in a different state,I didn't get home much. I tried to go live with her and it didn't work out. I am the oldest, felt guilty that I was not there for her. My stay lasted less than two months!!! with in six months she had to go to assisted living due to mold in her home. Thanks for this site. now that my husband and I are in our sixties, it is good to know this site is here. Regards, Becky Steinberger


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