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Alzheimer's Diagnosis Concerns - Practical Alzheimer's Solutions (3 of 6)

Learning that a loved one has been with Alzheimer's Disease can be an emotional challenge. Being honest - and sharing the truth - about the diagnosis with your loved one can sometimes be comforting, because it can explain symptoms such as forgetfulness and memory loss. It can also open doors to further discussions about getting professional and/or medical help. This video contains tips and resources for people looking to learn more about Alzheimer's and dementia.

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  1. August 12, 2019 at 12:37 pm | Posted by Altovise Walker

    I have learned that putting a family member into a nursing home can be real hard on the family because your Mother or Father my not want to go into a nursing home. The family member has no choice because they can’t handle the situation because it hurts the individual as well as the family member.


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