Gary Joseph LeBlanc
Gary Joseph LeBlanc was the primary caregiver of his father for more than eight years after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and he has just published a collection of his articles in a book named, "Staying Afloat in a Sea of Forgetfulness."
A strong sense of “denial” is a common symptom of dementia. This characteristic seems to affect everyone closest to the… Continue Reading
I have a saying, “The further advanced dementia becomes, the closer their feet will stay to the ground.” What I… Continue Reading
It is a widely accepted fact that being a caregiver is an incredibly stressful undertaking. If this is you, then… Continue Reading
One of the many problems I’ve witnessed while caring for my father with Alzheimer’s disease is that medical professionals would… Continue Reading
Since I specialize in Alzheimer’s care, you can imagine that I frequent quite a few nursing facilities. I often have… Continue Reading