I always appreciate seeing your posts. I'm sorry to hear about the people who were hurt in the marketplace. I agree with you about taking away the keys when the person is a danger to him/herself or others.
I noticed your appointment is coming up in a week. Hopefully, you'll get some answers.
I know I already replied to another one of your posts, but I just wanted to add another welcome to Cjh's. It's good that you and your wife had such open lines of communication she felt like she could bring it up to you.
I am glad the meds, support, and positive attitude have all made it possible for you be doing so well five years later. I sure hope that trend continues.
Thanks for sharing another great suggestion! I just looked into and found some more information for folks about Music Therapy and Alzheimer's Patients . Note that in addition to soothing agitation, you may find additional benefits:
Soothing an agitated person
Engaging the mind even in the disease's later stages
That's a great tip and thanks for sharing. Everyone should check with their state or country's department of motor vehicles to find out what the procedure is when you have a concern about a loved one driving.
I'd contact the Alzheimer's research society and let them know of your family history and interest. You might also want to check for any medical research facilities or hospitals who are doing research on Alzheimer's and ask about participation.
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