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1. Welcome Letter (Casey)
About Our Community
Find out more about our vision and how to use this Forum and our interactive support services.
Re: To Visitors, Newbies and Seaso... (at wits end)
Casual Corner
Come on in and get comfortable. This is a place to relax, have casual conversation on today's events, and to get to know each other.
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Stay on top of the latest research developments, including news releases and links to research tools and resources.
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Make us laugh! Post your dumb jokes, silly anecdotes, racy rhymes, and funny caregiving stories.
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Daily Challenges
Caring for a loved one with dementia can be especially draining. Share information and tips to help cope and manage problem behaviors.
Angry outbursts (Melissa M.)
Individuals Affected by Dementia
A place where individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia can connect and share ideas and information with each other.
Re: Are there any helpful medicati... (Moms_Buddy)
Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease
Dementia can strike younger people, not just seniors. The issues and concerns of young-onset individuals and their families may be different.
Re: How to tell? (Moms_Buddy)
Less Common Dementias
Alzheimer's Disease is not the only form of dementia. Understanding the nuances of less common forms of demenita can improve care and well being.
Re: Hi! (Rory)
New Caregiver's Meeting Room
This is the place if you are a new caregiver or if your loved one has just been diagnosed with dementia.
Re: Hi! I'm new in "la la land"... (Moms_Buddy)
The Anger Wall
All Caregivers get angry. It's OK! Let it out on the ALZwell Anger Wall. You do not need to be a registered member to post here -- you can do it anonymously.
Re: Kitchen sink attack, again (Moms_Buddy)
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Legal, Financial & Insurance Matters
Understanding and preparing for legal & financial changes is critical, especially given complicated insurance options. Share your tips and questions with other caregivers.
Re: Don't know how to start (Moms_Buddy)
Family Dynamics
We all know that managing sibling rivalries and talking with our parents is tough. Other caregivers can help you focus on the most important thing: quality of life.
Re: Getting messy in my family (bnot)
I, Caregiver
Taking care of the caregiver is about healthy living, stress reduction, and maintaining a positive outlook.
Re: Hi all - hope you are all well (Moms_Buddy)
Spousal Caregivers
A place where people caring for their spouses can discuss difficult topics regardless of age.
Re: Husband unable to control powe... (Bobcat)
Homecare & Independent Living
Whether you are new to caregiving or have years of hard-won experience, you can always benefit from tips and techniques from others.
Re: Caregiving for parents in THEI... (Bobcat)
Residential Options
When the challenges of homecare become too heavy, a facility staffed by career caregivers may be an option. Ask your peers how they came to accept the transition.
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Life's Passage
As caregivers, we must come to terms with dying and death. End-of-life issues are painful, but the knowledge and wisdom of fellow caregivers can help ease the pain.
Re: Bio Dad passed away 3-17-15 (Moms_Buddy)
After the Caring
Your relationship with them has changed and you continue on with your life after your loved one dies.
Re: Change in family dynamics (Moms_Buddy)
Former Caregiver's Meeting Room
Help each other move on after you have completed your caregiving responsibilities.
Re: APB to Members (Moms_Buddy)
Share a little bit about your loved one, including name, birth, diagnosis, and death. Honor our loved ones by sharing their lives with our community members.
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