Alzheimer's Disease Support (cont.)
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Communicating with Someone with Alzheimer's Disease
Communicating with someone with Alzheimer's disease can be frustrating at times, for both you and your loved one. Understand that the person with AD is probably just as frustrated as you.
Support Groups for Caregivers
Support groups can provide some relief for you as a caregiver, offering ideas for coping with problems and helping you to feel less alone. Ask people you know for suggestions or try the links below.
Medically reviewed by Jon Glass, MD; American board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/1/2014
Norberto Alvarez, MD
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