Tag Archives: parent with Alzheimer’s

Dinner with Dory

Recently an acquaintance shared the story of going to dinner with some long-time friends and their elderly mother.  She said “It was like having dinner with Dory from Finding Nemo”.  The mother, you see, has some very prevalent memory issues.  Throughout … Continue reading

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You’re not the boss of me!

Living with a parent, spouse, or relative with Alzheimer’s or Dementia can be such an overwhelming task where one can finally come to the point of saying “I GIVE UP!” It’s almost like taking care of a child once again. If … Continue reading

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You think the eye exam is tough for YOU; what about if you had Alzheimer’s

I recently treated myself to an eye exam (since I was turning 46) and was tired of carrying my readers everywhere I went and I refused to get the “old lady” chain around my neck (I didn’t realize I was … Continue reading

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