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Have you been diagnosed with anxiety or panic attacks? Read how you can begin to manage your symptoms.

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Remember for those that can't remember.
#Alzheimer's, #caregiver, #encouragement

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Can you list the seven stages of Alzheimer's? Watch this video to see if you named all the stages.
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Alzheimer's Prayer
8/3/2015 0 Comments
Dear Lord, they say I'm ill and that's why I can't remember.  Help me always to feel, that I'm always held safe in your heart.  I just want people to be kind.  I want to belong somewhere safe.  I want to be treated with respect.  I want slowness and time for everything.  I want people to look at me in the eye, sitting right next to me and an arm around my shoulder as if they cared about me.  I hope you can help me find the love I need.  If you can't send my mother or father to me, please send me someone just like them.  Someone who will love me exactly as I am.  Because, you know lord, I would remember if I could.  I would do things right if I just remember how.  I would be that person that I once was.  I would, but, now I can't.  Please walk with me all the way so I can find my way home at last.  

This poem was Submitted by Jovita Peters: Certified Alzheimer's Activities Director
#encouragement #caregiver #Alzheimer's #prayer #seniors

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A caregiver role is a stressful job and requires frequent breaks. Angelica is looking for someone who understands how to care for a patient with Alzheimer's and can take over at least one day a week so she can get out of the house for a while. What is the term for this kind of care?

1. Relaxation
2. Elder Care
3. Respite

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Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia in the United States. It affects over 5 million people nationwide. The number of people who are 65 and older with Alzheimer's is expected to rise to an estimated 13.8 million by 2050.
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