If you live long enough you will become a Senior Citizen. While we all hope to remain healthy, sometimes with age brings physical challenges that require committed family members or friends to give us round the clock health care.
Curated by Sandy Spencer
Should grandpa with Alzheimer's attend the wedding?
This was one of the first Alzheimer's Books that I read. It turned out to be my Bible of Alzheimer's for many years. Today it's filled with bookmarks and paper clips till not a single page is unmarked. I think you'll enjoy it too. http://www.free-alzheimers-support.com
The Stages and Levels of Alzheimer's dementia
There are 7 Stages of Alzheimer's and 7 Levels of dementia. Do you know them? http://www.free-alzheimers-support.com
John Unterfranz was teaching night school in Merrillville when he first noticed the signs. He would get to a certain point in a lesson, then completely forget what he was trying to explain.
It seems like we're seeing early onset Alzheimer's more and more lately. How would you cope if it happened to you.
What plans must be made and family members told? How long do you want to live at home.
All of this is so important and I am so glad my Mom and I had talked about it many times before I ever heard the word Alzheimer's. Has your family shared their preferences if a terminal illness happens?