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Night-time mental disturbance
I don't know the best title for this. I got Ken up to go to the bathroom late at night before I went to...More
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What to Do?
My grandmother (78) has been diagnosed with Alzheimers for a couple of years now. We noticed her memory...More
Posted by Anon_169050
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Exercise
Today was like a small miracle day. We went to the Wellness Center and Ken was open to exercising. The...More
Posted by 2010guardian
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August Check-In
Happy August, everyone. Life has been very busy for me but we are all doing OK. My dad fluctuates -...More
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Blessings, Dave
Posted by davedsel57
Where does he go next?
My father is becoming progressively worse with senile dementia. We just moved him from an assisted living...More
Posted by An_246895
One Thing
Every 69 seconds someone develops Alzheimer's disease. Please share this video and one thing that you never...More
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One Thing
Every 69 seconds someone develops Alzheimer's disease. Please share this video and one thing that you never...More
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anyone heard of using this for alzheimers?
just read about phosphetydle serine for improving memory and awareness....a natural supplement i found on...More
Posted by Anon_30608
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gotta laugh- for caregivers...
I am my moms caregiver and wanted to share one of my moms many "gotta laugh" moments...firstly my mom loves...More
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New Discovery in Gene Mutation Study
I just read an article regarding research into gene mutations. Looks like the researchers have discovered a...More
Posted by EricPete
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Alzheimer's news
Researchers have found a gene mutation that seems to protect people from cognitive decline and Alzheimer's....More
Posted by cjh1203
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Incontinence Issues, hospital beds, and lifting pr...
This Alzheimer's Community has been helpful to me during the past year or so. Thank you all for being so kind...More
Posted by 7grands
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New to it all
Hi, This is my first "community" or blog to be a part of. My Husband was recently diagnosed with...More
Posted by nanabarbie5
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Alzheimers possibole treatment?
Ok I guess I'll just ask these questions before I post the kind of proposed treatment. 1. What drugs or what...More
Posted by Euphorics
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Alzheimers possibole treatment?
Ok I guess I'll just ask these questions before I post the kind of proposed treatment. 1. What drugs or what...More
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July Check-In
Hello, everyone. Hard to believe it is already July. Our weather in Western New York has been sunny with...More
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Blessings, Dave
Posted by davedsel57
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Chronic Kidney Disease/Alzheimers
My husband, Ken, has been diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease, upper end of Stage 3. This was so...More
Posted by 2010guardian
Chronic Kidney Disease/Alzheimers
My husband, Ken, has been diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease, upper end of Stage 3. This was so...More
Posted by 2010guardian
Chronic Kidney Disease/Alzheimers
My husband, Ken, has been diagnosed with Chronic Kidney Disease, upper end of Stage 3. This was so...More
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doesn't remember how much he's drinking
Hi Everyone. My father has early to moderate Alz, lives alone but very near several siblings. We all...More
Posted by DaughterNumberOne
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hello, i want some instruction for medical
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New Alzheimers Caregiver....
Hello, So after three years of taking mom to see a neurologist, knowing that something was not right, we...More
Posted by 7MrsG7
Digestive problem for Alzheimer patient
Hi, My mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer about 10 years ago. At this stage she cannot talk and...More
Posted by fariba2012
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is this something others have experienced?
I don't know what to call this phenomenon but I'm trying to figure out if this is a "normal" or "typical"...More
Posted by esnyder7
is this something others have experienced?
I don't know what to call this phenomenon but I'm trying to figure out if this is a "normal" or "typical"...More
Posted by esnyder7
Father's Day 2012
Greetings to all who are or have had fathers. Today is also my dad's 82nd birthday. We are all...More
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Blessings, Dave
Posted by davedsel57
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Continued information concerning Alzheimers care b...
I just sent a message that had too many characters. I need advise. My friend is being given 4 antipschotic...More
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New WebMD Privacy Policy
Dear Members, Just a note to let you know that WebMD's Privacy Policy has changed. When you next...More
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Your Questions About Affordable Care for Seniors
Dear Community Members, Dr. Louise Chang from our WebMD medical staff is going to be taking part...More
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June Check-in
Happy June, everyone! Today it is raining and in the mid-50's in WNY. Too damp for my bones to be...More
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Blessings, Dave
Posted by davedsel57

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