Oils and Artichokes. Reaching out to a Mom with Alzheimer’s
Teresa Carpenter
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This is awesome. I currently work in a long-term care facility with a memory care unit. The time you have taken to try and connect with you mom is so important.

A lot of people, when faced with the same situation, would not be able to take away the positive and would still focus on the negatives of the situation. What you have done is try to engage her where she is at instead of trying to bring her to you. Keep being awesome.

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