Tag Archives: Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s Care Givers – Next of Kin

Being next of kin certainly has it’s benefits. People talk to you and you’re kept informed and you’re consulted. The care services communicate with you. That’s ok if the next of kin have the other person’s best interest at heart. It’s also fine if there is communication amongst all in the family. Unfortunately this may […]

Have you ever really had a teacher?

After spending the Easter weekend reading Mitch Albom’s book Tuesdays with Morrie, I reflected on how much of the story between an old man and a young man reflected on my relationship with my Dad Reg. Alzheimer’s or no Alzheimer’s our conversations were always about the knowledge and wisdom of life and why people do […]

Jab to reverse Alzheimer’s Disease??

This morning, the Daily Mail published this article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1379749/Alzheimers-vaccine-reverse-damage-available-years.html Here are my thoughts: Have we found the Jewel in the Treasure chest? On such a beautifully sunny day the Daily Mail gives us hope and lifts our spirits even further reporting that a vaccine may be available within two years to stop or reverse Alzheimer’s […]