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Editorial Cartoonist Ted Rall became nationally known for his work during the 1990s, when he synthesized the multiple-panel dialogue-focused format of newspaper comics with political cartoons, which traditionally […]
Kerri MacKay first engaged with people living with Alzheimer disease and dementia when she volunteered as a nursing home recreation assistant in high school. In 2019, over a decade later, her family noticed signs […]
Tim Louwers commented on the post, Pride & Patience: Traveling with My Wife with Alzheimer’s 1 week, 2 days ago
I’m so sorry to hear of your experience with your husband. There came a time when my wife Barbara was no longer able to recognize me. It was like she knew that she SHOULD know, but just couldn’t figure out who I was or how she knew me. Despite this, she never seemed afraid of me and would always welcome a hug from me which seemed to help us both.…
Hi Kim! We have a number of posts about behaviorial issues. I’ve linked to a few of them:
And one of our writers shared her personal experience with her Dad.…
Great post @amygrantham!
Shannon Simcox commented on the post, Pride & Patience: Traveling with My Wife with Alzheimer’s 1 week, 3 days ago
Hello! I’m so sorry that you and your husband are going through this. It’s certainly not easy. This community is here for you when you need us. — Shannon, community moderator
3052130928 commented on the post, Pride & Patience: Traveling with My Wife with Alzheimer’s 1 week, 5 days ago
I believe my husband is in moderate state of Alzheimer’s. He has trouble verbalizing his words, needs help getting dressed, cannot explain what he wants, doesn’t know anyone’s name including mine but does recognize people he knows and just very confused. He was diagnosed in 2013 n has had a slow decline until this year. He’s 81 yrs old. Just ve…