Stop Dreaming About Your Bucket List And Start Living It
My husband passed my memory test for me. At least one of us can remember.
Please think before you criticize someone with Alzheimer’s dementia. We probably are doing the best we can do!
In 2010 the trajectory of my life changed and I started to live like I was dying.
An incredibly kind person did something so nice for me to cheer me up. There are angels here on earth.
The beginning of my Mom’s decline with Alzheimer’s disease.
My Alzheimer’s Doctor Appointment Did Not Go Well
My cobweb strategy for clearing my brain.
On December 22, 2018 I was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s at 57 years old. It didn’t come as a complete surprise, because my mother and other family members had Alzheimer’s or dementia. I also had genetic testing which showed I had two APOE4 genes. My husband and I had been noticing that things were … Continue reading Welcome To My Early Onset Alzheimer’s Blog
My Alzheimer’s coping strategy for losing important things
My Mom was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s in her late 50s. (I was just diagnosed at the same age). She died seven years ago, after living with the disease for many years. The changes initially were not readily apparent and just seemed like normal aging. Then one day when she was 64 she called … Continue reading A Unique Perspective: From And An Alzheimer’s Patient Who Was An Alzheimer’s Caregiver