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Wheelchairjosh-appel-423804-unsplashDear Candid Caregiver: My heart is breaking! My mom and I have always been close, even shopping together and having lunch quite regularly, so it was devastating when she was diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer’s at age 53. Mom seems to have a particularly aggressive form of the disease, so just three years down the road she’s now judged to be in the late stage of her disease.

Read the full article on HealthCentral to learn more about the pain of someone you love forgetting your name:

Carol is the Candid Caregiver

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