Everyone handles grief differently. There is no right or wrong way to work through the pain of coming to the end of one’s life. This is especially true for someone suffering with Alzheimer’s disease, a neurological disorder where the death of brain cells results in memory loss and impaired cognitive functioning. You must have a great deal of compassion, respect and patience when handling emotional topics, like end-of-life care and funeral arrangements, for someone with Alzheimer’s. Please click here, to continue reading this article.
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