Caring for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease: The Caregiver’s Role

Caring for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s Disease: The Caregiver’s Role

As your loved one progresses deeper into Alzheimer’s disease, it will be increasingly difficult to care for him or her. This is not only because his or her condition will progress, it is also because caring for someone on a long-term basis can be emotionally and physically draining.

The Caregiver’s Role is Stressful

At times,

Family Members can be Paid for Caring for Alzheimer’s Patients

Family Members can be Paid for Caring for Alzheimer’s Patients

Get Paid for Caring for Alzheimer’s Patients

When a beloved member of your family – a parent, aunt or spouse, for example – suffers from Alzheimer’s disease caring for them can be challenging, and often takes a huge commitment, both financially and of your time.

This commitment can mean that the caregiver has to give up their job,

Alzheimer’s Support Group

Palm Beach Neurological provides monthly Alzheimer’s caregiver support group meetings for the communities in their Palm Beach Gardens, Florida Offices.

Alzheimer’s caregiver support group

A support group might not sound like the kind of thing you want to attend. After all, you’re the caregiver, and your role is to give support,

What is the Difference between Normal Memory Loss and Alzheimer’s

Is my Memory Loss Normal, or a Sign of Alzheimer’s Disease?

As we age we all suffer from some degree of memory loss. Whether this is within normal boundaries or is a sign of something more serious – Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia – can be difficult to tell in the early stages.

The Top 5 Reasons for Memory Loss

What are the Top Five Reasons for Memory Loss

Memory loss – whether short or long term – can be very distressing. It’s common to be very worried if you start to forget everyday things, or struggle to remember the names of loved ones and important dates.

There are a lot of reasons that a person might suffer from memory loss and it’s common to jump to worrying conclusions – but the memory loss may not be permanent,

Alzheimer’s, Anger and Aggression – There May Be a Connection

Sudden outbursts of anger, aggression or agitation are all part of the Alzheimer’s disease process. Managing these symptoms can be difficult. But, you’re not alone! Doctors are working daily to find treatments.

We are currently enrolling men and women to participate in a clinical study for Anger and Aggression in connection with Alzheimer’s disease.

Memory Fading?

We are currently enrolling men and women to participate in a research study for Alzheimer’s disease.

You may be eligible for this study, if you:

  • Experience memory loss related to probable Alzheimer’s disease
  • Age 50-90
  • Have a reliable study partner

Study participants will receive investigational medication,