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REKANN1- It sounds like you are doing your research. One thing we were told early on is to take care of yourself. You aren't any good to others if your health fails. (Like they tell you in the airplane to put the oxygen on yourself before helping others)
I would look into respite options to have on hand. Her alszheimers may get worse so you want to be prepared to be able to take some time for yourself.
Married mom to two girls ages 5 and 1.5 Busy,busy, busy!
Team Leader of Christ-Centered Recovery. A 12-step program for any "hurt, habit or hang-up". Sparkmail me if you have questions.
To the team! a lot of people on this team care for their parents who have some of those same issues. Feel free to let us know if there is anything we can help with (weight- loss wise as well as caregiving- wise
Teams I am on:
Caregivers support (leader)
Celiac & Gluten Free
Leaving 210- ville
Love Kids, Just Don't Have Any
One Person, One Dream (pay it Forward)
People w/ Cerebral Palsy
People w/ DIsabilities on Fixed Income
South Beach Diet
i am taking care of my mother and the things that i have to do or put on a list and do later. i do most things around the house and even fix the meals and make sure she gets to the doctors appointments as well. i have been checking around and reading what i can on the web site about the things she has wrong with her and slowly understanding the situation and slowly getting a handle on this as well. she has copd/asthma, chf, morderate alz. i have been going thruogh the county library and getting books on the problems an on the internet as well. i am checking into some programs to see if there is programs that i can get her into as well.
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