Mom’s Not Acting Herself Today.
A new book helps family caregivers
know what to do.
Imagine this scenario: You are caring for your 83-year-old mother with Alzheimer’s, and she wakes one morning seeming ‘not herself’. She’s slower to get out of bed, seems more confused than usual, and barely eats her breakfast. She’s unable to tell you that anything is wrong.
Thousands of caregivers for persons with memory problems face similar situations each day: the person th…