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16 Care Tips for Alzheimer’s

For 12 years, I’ve cared for my wife with Alzheimer’s, through heartache and joy. Learning from me and my loved one, may these tips provide you real opportunities to live well with Alzheimer’s.

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In dementia, quality light improves mood, awareness and vision. Therapeutic lamps go further, reducing Alzheimer’s agitation, getting sleep cycles on schedule and easing depression. See the benefits.

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