I thought I was just having a rough few months, and was just clumsy. I am not normally a clumsy person (although I do tend to be accident prone), but I cannot deny the fact that I have developed a new problem. It happens 90% of the time now. For some reason, I cannot get … Continue reading New Development: I Can’t Walk Through a Door Without Bumping Myself
I ran into a problem at my doctors appointment when I went in to my eye surgery. At my appointment before my surgery the doctor had informed me that it was imperative that I go off of several of my medications that I had been taking because they can make my eyes worse. The day … Continue reading Social Distancing At Doctors Appointments Doesn’t Work for Alzheimer’s Patients
Do you have extra time on your hands due to the COVID 19 scare? You can put your time to good use by implementing my Alzheimer’s copying strategy to get organized.
The whole world is in the midst of the Coronavirus and many people are finding it very difficult to do social distancing and self-isolation. We have been self-quarantining for 3 weeks now, only going to the grocery store twice. These tumultuous times can create fear, anxiety, panic, loneliness, and depression. None of these things are … Continue reading My Coronavirus Retreat
We are implementing Husband 101 Training so he can take over our household when my Alzheimer’s progresses.
I am documenting my memories now for when I can’t remember them in the future and also for future generations.
Technology can provide many copying strategies for an Alzheimer’s patient to help them function more easily.
My cobweb strategy for clearing my brain.
My Alzheimer’s coping strategy for losing important things
I can’t remember where I park my car now….daily. Alzheimer’s sucks.