All Male Caregivers for Alzheimer Patients
I lead two such groups covering up to three years for one and have started to write a manual for men unable to locate a convenient all male group.
Help spread the support to more people in need -- Please tell a friend or two. Thanks!
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john the elder said...
5 months ago
I'm on a female-dominated caregiver group and they're welcoming, but I feel I can't be as honest as I want, in my "honest voice' without a chorus of LANGUAGE! erupting. Caregiving for a spouse for what that's worth.
I also don't that that's what these fine women need. They probably get enough of this from their spouses or family.
Hal's Heroes said...
8 months ago
What activities and care tips do you suggest for men? Caring for my 88 year old father, former engineer, military pilot. He likes to manipulate things, very social, cares deeply about people, but suffers from moodiness and feelings of loss affecting eating and behavior.
An anonymous caregiver said...
about 1 year ago
I have been my moms caregiver for almost 2 years. I live with her. She has been tripping and falling down a lot lately. I was doing some research today and found that this could be early sign's of demincia. Has anybody else had this experience
almost 2 years ago
Why can't I get my family to be more supportive of what Im trying to do. When I ask them for help they have all kinds of excuses. One excuse they use is that I made the decision to take care of mom . I felt I had no choice at the time. She is our mother not just my mother
about 4 years ago
What does it feel like to have dementia? A recent NYC meeting sponsored by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America included the Virtual Dementia Tour developed by P.K. Beville of Second Wind Dreams. How can we get the Alzheimer's Association Chapters to make it available to support groups? Let's spread the word! Gene Conrad
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