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October 2011 News

Caregiver shares her wisdom with others, even though her duties have ended

Diane Sperow took on the role of caregiver like many others; she had no formal training and was not adequately prepared for the responsibility. As she noticed signs of forgetfulness in her father, Harold Christman, she assumed it was just a part of normal aging. She and her husband moved next door to her dad to help him out around the house. As time passed, she realized it … Read the rest »

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April 2011 News

“Last in, first out” brings painful memories of a recollected daughter

Many people are surprised to hear their patient with Alzheimer’s disease belt out the words to a song that was popular decades ago.  Similarly, a trip down memory lane may be the best description of some of the stories told by patients with Alzheimer’s.  That is where the motto of “last in, first out” enters into the world of Alzheimer’s disease.  Lisa Moore serves as the primary caregiver for … Read the rest »

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