alzheimers Articles
Guest Poem – If Only For a Moment
Friday, September 5th, 2014 by Pamela R
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I never knew traveling on the road calledAlzheimers and Caregiving would allow me to meet personally, professionally andor on social media the many amazingpeople I have thus far. Whether theyre in the ALZfight from first-hand experience or in support or Continue reading Read more
TAKING AN ALZ PAUSE FOR….THE ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 by Pamela R
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A few Alz supporters were mentioning on social media that we wish someone had thought of a cool way to raise money for Alzheimers as it is beingdone for ALSalso known as Lou Gehrigs disease. Not saying next summer Alz supporters cant piggy back on this, but it took one person to ... Read more
Pat Bowlen gives up control of Denver Broncos while he battles Alzheimer’s disease
Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Pamela R
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Its never easy to hear about a person falling to Alzheimers and this post is about a member of the NFL, family Pat Bowlen. He isnt a former a player as we sadly hear about the many players succumbing to this disease or symptoms like it because of the hits taken throughout their c... Read more
The Beginning, The Middle or My Now…
Friday, July 25th, 2014 by Pamela R
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This post is a submission for Caring Across Generations second blog4care on Caring for Aging Parents. By sharing our powerful and personal stories, we hope to make a difference and create solutionsto the care crisis, together. As I pondered on what I wanted to write for this post... Read more
Blog 77: One Year Later | The End
Saturday, July 12th, 2014 by Lizzie Carver
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July 9th marked the one-year anniversary of my moms passing. This past year has been a time of learning how to live without my mom. Her death was the greatest loss I have ever known. As time goes on the permanency of her absence does not make things easier. Just when I think I ha... Read more
Communication
Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 by Pamela R
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When I was caring for my mom, what was suggested by her doctor was to start communicating and meeting her at her level. Initially you think you are meeting your loved one where they are at, but as time goes on you start to realize that giving decisions, words used, tone, how fast... Read more
Whoa, wait….I’m still here
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 by Pamela R
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Hey Confessionershmm, maybe not the best nickname, but followers, friends and fans of my blog, I am not lost. I have been going through the changes of life, still figuring outwhat my life is supposed to look like and yet learning,that in Gods time I will learn what my life is sup... Read more
Did it again!….SeniorHomes.com 2014 “Top 20 Blog By An Individual”
Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 by Pamela R
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A very warm-hearted THANK YOU to my friends, fam, and followers who have supported my blogConfessions of a Master Caregivergot a score of 44 making it again a Top 20 Best Blog by an Individual for 2014. Thank you to Continue reading Read more
Belated Mother’s Day Wish
Monday, May 12th, 2014 by Pamela R
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Yesterday was Mothers Day, the weather was beautiful, sun-kissed from God. I thought about my mom and how holidays were always special in our home and how much I loved getting her cards and gifts. Now theres a silence, I Continue reading Read more
The Power Of A Dog
Friday, May 9th, 2014 by Pamela R
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I was thinking about my next post when I was online and sawa news clip about a man with Alzheimers who regained his speech when speaking with his dog. Anyone with a pet knows how therapeutic one can be, now Continue reading Read more
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