People with Alzheimer’s disease may take medicines to treat the disease itself, mood or behavior changes, and other medical conditions.
One way that caregivers can be a big help is by organizing paperwork. It’s a job that can be done even
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Shawnee Alliance in collaboration with SIU-Family Practice Memory Clinic, SIU-School of Social Work Dr. Elaine Jurkowski and the Carbondale Regional
People with Alzheimer’s disease may not see, smell, touch, hear and/or taste things as they used to. Make life safer
Caregivers, please talk to your doctor about getting the vaccinations you need. Also, make sure that the person with Alzheimer’s
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