Care of an Alzheimer's Patient

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A person with Alzheimer's may react with frustration, agitation and even aggression when they find that automatic tasks have become difficult. Your loved one's ability to function and cope will steadily decline and may even vary from day to day. Try to stay flexible and adapt your routine as needed.




When my mother was diagnosed with Dementia, I thought, it is downhill from then on. But my father nursed her back to health and today apart from physical frailties,she is keep good mental health. I think love and patience are key medicines. Miracles do happen.