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When Dealing with a Parent with Alzheimer’s Becomes Too Much

Most of us, when we have a vulnerable loved one, want to take care of them. We aren’t excited about having strangers take over the care of our loved ones, and our loved ones normally aren’t excited about that idea, either.

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It is hard to give up caring for your loved ones. Sometimes having someone better trained in Alzheimer's care can be beneficial to you both.

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