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Comcast Channel 25 TV show started December 2008
Watch our monthly TV shows. We give information that Alzheimer's care givers need to know.


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A Quick History of the Disease
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Changes in Communication
People with Alzheimer's disease may find it difficult at times to express themselves in words. They may also have trouble understanding the written or spoken word. These changes can sometimes lead to frustration and loneliness for both the person with Alzheimer's disease and the care partner. But it does not have to be that way. There are many ways to communicate without words. In fact, experts say that we communicate more frequently, and often more meaningfully, with nonverbal communication. A nod, a wink, a smile, or a hug can speak volumes and help us stay connected. There are many steps we can take to change the way we communicate so that we can still get our message across.

 

What is Alzheimer's Disease?
Alzheimer's (AHLZ-high-merz) is a disease that kills brains cells and is fatal. It is the most common form of dementia, which is a group of brain disorders that cause confusion and problems with memory, thinking and reasoning. We believe knowledge and understanding of the illness is a key. this book will help This book is a must read.

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Changes in Roles and Relationships


Alzheimer's disease may cause certain roles and relationships in your life to change. For example, as Alzheimer's disease progresses, the care partner may be called upon to take more of a leadership role than he or she might have been accustomed to. And the person with Alzheimer's disease may have to learn to accept help and assistance, perhaps for the first time. Adjusting to these changes can be difficult. Fortunately, Alzheimer's disease can progress very slowly, so in most cases you can make the changes little by little. Flexibility is needed, but that is the case for all successful relationships. If you can remain flexible and keep your partnership in mind, you are likely to find new opportunities for shared meaning and closeness.

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's and has had a problem with walking away and you would like to be on our TV show in Atlanta call 404-587-7933 for details.

 

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If you have a loved one with Alzheimer's and has had a problem with wandering away from home and you would like to be on our TV show in Atlanta call 404-587-7933 for details.

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Alzheimer's is not a mental illness or a part of normal aging. There is no cure, and there is no single test to diagnose it. Alzheimer's gets worse over time. However, there are treatments and medications available to help ease symptoms.

In addition there are some important things that Alzheimer's Patients care givers and loved ones should do. To help protect the patient you should click here and watch this video clip.


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