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."
Without any doubt or hesitation we can now declare that maintaining a daily routine for dementia patients is vital. However,… Continue Reading
It is impossible to overstate the importance of having that sit-down, dreaded conversation about end of life choices. This is… Continue Reading
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