Alzheimer’s disease may impact your life in many ways. Whether it is a loved one, a friend, or a member of a friend’s family, the Alzheimer’s plague is devastating. Debbie’s mom had Alzheimer’s and kidney disease; Debbie was her primary caregiver. Many of you know the role of a caregiver does not end at bedtime. Sleep interruption by your loved ones or calls in the middle of the night; they become commonplace. Your loved ones are angered and upset they haven’t been able to reach you or someone else who may have passed away years ago. The Alzheimer’s journey not only drains the afflicted; it also drains the caregiver.
Going through this experience with her mom, Debbie did not know much about Alzheimer’s. There was never time to study the best ways to react to the ever-changing behavior or how to alleviate her mom’s suffering. As much as she would have loved to have a magic wand, she didn’t know what to do.
She has been in your shoes. After her mom’s passing, she set out to learn the latest methods available to help the Alzheimer’s population. Since she is not a doctor, she sought non-invasive, gentle, and effective ways to help. Her research found three ways to assist people living with Alzheimer’s and related dementias while also supporting their caregivers. Her goal was to help others have an easier path to follow with real results while lessening the burden for everyone involved. Debbie’s solution was to integrate the three dynamic solutions she found.
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