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When your loved one repeats and repeats and repeats...

Elders with memory problems, particularly Alzheimer's disease, can ask the same question repeated, nearly driving the caregiver to distraction. This is different, by the way, than a person who is aging and retelling stories to try to make sense of their lives and how events have come together. One is normal, one is not.

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No matter what the situation is old people do require care and its the responsibility of young ones to deliver old people care which they received from them in their childhood.

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