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Alzheimer's/Dementia

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“How do I know when it is time to move mom into the assisted side, she is on the independent side at a Senior Living Center. She fell in the shower and broke a rib, has UTI and ...” Visit this group

Alzheimer's & Dementia Care

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“My mom is 92 and has a hard time balanceing. She holds onto furniture and walls when she walks. She has a walker available but will not use it. My husband and myself work d ...” Visit this group

Caring for a Spouse

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“My husband has ALS. So much anger is directed towards me. I've been just letting it go but it is getting harder because the episodes are getting closer together (now it's twic ...” Visit this group

Caring for a Parent

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“I have been my father's sole caregiver for about ten years now. He is not mean in any way and people describe him as "nice". He relies on me for all his activities of daily ...” Visit this group

Caregiving at Home

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“Anyone have advice on telling my brother about the death of our little sister?? I'm so afraid I'm wrong for this but I have told him & watched him grieve 4 times already he fo ...” Visit this group

Assisted Living

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“My mom has Medicare and Medicaid. Waiver can u help find a place she is a passive Alzheimer's patients pls I need a place in Florida but nothing farther than Orlando thanks” Visit this group

Parkinson's Support Group

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“I get so very tired. Just hope I can keep taking care of my husband. Now it seems like I have so much responsibility. And his short term memory is changing quickly which is su ...” Visit this group

COPD Support Group

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“I am a care giver to my 55 yr young wife of 36 yrs and was diagnosed with severe copd 2010 fev1 of 18% on oxygen at night and as needed through out the day, she still gets aro ...” Visit this group

Multiple Sclerosis

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“My son is 32. He had relapsing remitting MS for ten years before he transitioned to secondary progressive ms. He lived with me for 5years and I watched him decline. He is now ...” Visit this group

Cancer Support Group

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“My 92 yr old mother was dx with esophageal cancer, and they are not recommending treatment for her. Even if they were, she did not want treatment or any further testing done. ...” Visit this group

Diabetes Support Group

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“I'm very new to being a "caregiver" of someone with type 1 diabetes. It's almost 30, and was diagnosed around 15. He is on an insulin pump, and is on that monitor that can wat ...” Visit this group

Heart & Stroke Support Group

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“My dad just suffered through his 2nd stroke in the past 16 years. Of course, this was worst than the last. Hopefully, he'll be released from the hospital tomorrow, after being ...” Visit this group

Senior Health

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“Need list of ride programs for transportation to doctor. Live outside of city provided area. North Phoenix Arizona” Visit this group

Combatting Loneliness When Living Alone

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“I'm a 36 yr old single woman with no children and have been looking after my dysfunctional family for as long as I can remember and I have nothing to show for it. Help what sh ...” Visit this group

Being a Caregiver

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“I am taking care of my father post serious femur surgery after he was told he is doing just find in an insurance paid rehab center before you go home. I am amazed at their de ...” Visit this group

End of Life Support Group

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“My 92 yr old mother was dx with esophageal cancer, and they are not recommending treatment for her. Even if they were, she did not want treatment or any further testing done. ...” Visit this group

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