I can relate, definitely. After taking care of MOM for over 5 years as she descended also, into Alzheimer’s – the journey is more than difficult…it is emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically demanding to the body of the Caregiver. I had my own family, full time job and full time caregiving of Mom.
I survived – found out and learned of elder attorney’s for elderly law, DPOA’s, ALF, Convalescent Center, Adult Social Services, episodes in Mom driving, and OM gosh so much more.
Thank you for the informative blog !
Author – “Alzheimer’s Through My Mother’s Eyes”
Linda Brendle's Life After Caregiving
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