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- I have noticed my mother is more forgetful than she was during my last visit. Might she have Alzheimer’s disease? How would we go about finding out?
- I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease last year, and am managing so far at home on my own. Are there resources for people like me, in the early stages of this disease?
- Caring for my father has become more and more challenging. What kind of help is out there for our family?
- Our social worker is saying that we need to consider relocating my wife to a long term care facility, but we are so confused about how to find an appropriate place. Can you help us understand the ‘system’?
- I have heard that people with Alzheimer’s may become lost if they leave the house alone. I worry about the winter when it may be more dangerous for my husband to take walks by himself. How can I prevent an accident from occurring?
For those coming face-to-face with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder, there may be many difficult questions throughout their journey.
The Alzheimer Society of Montreal is here to offer clarity and hope to those who need it most. Counselors are available to respond to questions, share valuable information, orient people to pertinent resources and integrate them into the services of the ASM.
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Last Updated: 12/16/11