Dear Carol: My father-in-law has a poor heart as well as early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease. My husband is an only child who is very responsible. We live 200 miles away from his dad so it’s hard to keep as close an eye on him as we’d like. Dad’s 82 and has been in his own home with in-home care. Even though he’s happy and everything is familiar to him, we know that eventually he will need more help. We’d like to move him to our community before he gets much worse, but I’ve read where moving someone with Alzheimer’s can be bad for them.
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