What not to do if you are an Alzheimer's caregiver

04/4/2013 | Huffington Post, The

There are things Alzheimer's patients' caregivers should never do, such as arguing with patients or asking patients whether they remember something, writes Marie Marley, author of "Come Back Early Today: A Memoir of Love, Alzheimer's and Joy." She says caregivers should not be in denial if a loved one shows signs of dementia, delay nursing home care if it clearly is needed or stop visiting when a loved one seems not to recognize them.

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