Alzheimer's Disease -- Communication Skills and Coping with Behavior


The Alzheimer's caregiver deals with a disease and behaviors that are difficult, sometimes impossible, to understand.

By Bob DeMarco 
Alzheimer's Reading Room
September, 2010
 

Alzheimer's disease turns the world of the Alzheimer's caregiver upside down.

Imagine a person you know all, or most, of your life and their behavior changes-- suddenly -- and for the worse. 

This person, your loved one, begins to act out behaviors that you have never seen or experienced. 

You are forced to try and deal with these behaviors. It is not easy. 




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