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earlyonset.blogspot.com Report Abuse
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adcaregiving.com Report Abuse
This blog is a comprehensive look at Alzheimer's and related dementia's from the perspective of a family caregiver.
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Great blog. Keep up the good work!
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alzheimersspeaks.wordpress.com Report Abuse
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alzheimersandmomblog.blogspot Report Abuse
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Alzheimer's Care Blog - alzcareblog.com Report Abuse
The Alzheimer’s Care Blog connects family caregivers with leading academic, clinical and dementia care experts in assisted living, as well as guest bloggers with fitness and nutrition expertise, who work day in and day out with individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease and the families who love them. These professionals have a wealth of experience and practical advice to share. The Alzheimer’s Care Blog, noted as one of the TOP 50 blogs about Alzheimer’s disease in the US, is funded by Senior Living Residences of Boston, MA.
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alzheimerscaregiverblog.com Report Abuse
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The Old Man and the Me - forgettingalzheimers.wordpress.com Report Abuse
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this is an amazing blog written by a granddaughter caring for her grandpa!
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alzheimersreadingroom.com Report Abuse
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badsneaker.net Report Abuse
High quality memoir writings of Michael Murphy. [Smoke and Mirrors] Both parents were diagnosed within a year of each other with Alzheimers. Visit his 'Ghost' page.
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www.deargrandpa1.blogspot.com Report Abuse
For as long as I remember I have always written about my grandpa. My grandpa suffered from Alzheimer's Disease for many years. It was absolutely debilitating and the worst part was that I never saw it coming. He died on December 17, 2010, the day after I came home from college. My creative writing teacher told me that sometimes you write about the same thing because you aren't finished with saying all that you want to say. I wrote pages and pages of every form or poetry, short story, essay, speech you could think of, but it never came out right. The day I wrote his eulogy, however, I felt that the need to write the perfect story about my grandpa was put to rest. So, from now on, instead of writing about my grandpa, I will write to him, detailing as much as I can about my life. I want him to be in my memory always because I wasn't always a part of his. In his memory, I have created a blog Dear Grandpa. Included in this blog are advertisements that earn money through clicks, traffic of the website, etc. Every penny that I earn will be donated to the Alzheimer's Association (www.alz.org) to fund research towards curing this terrible disease. Please help me make this dream come true. Every visit and comment helps.
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alzheimersdad.blogspot.com Report Abuse
"Had a Dad" Alzheimer's Blog
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stanford.wellsphere.com/alzheimer...alzheimer...blog Report Abuse
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healthcentral.com/alzheimers Report Abuse
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alzheimersteam.com Report Abuse
I hope everyone can encourage their Alzheimer's loved ones to exercise their brain daily
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everydayhealth.com/health.../alzheimers.../blog-two.aspx Report Abuse
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Living in the Shadow of Alzheimer Report Abuse
This a honest, sweet, funny and sad blog about a wife caring for a husband with Alzheimer's. She calls her husband Bob his name, but calls his Alzheimer disease "Al", short for Alzheimer's truly a great blog as recommended on alzcare.net.
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www.alznorcalblog.org Report Abuse
Consistently updated blog with personal stories, news items on research, caregiving tips and more.
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The Waning Days Report Abuse
A very personal account of Alzheimer's from a caregiver's point of view.
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gamasutra.com/blogs/.../Alzheimers Report Abuse
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businessweek.com/alzheimers/blogs Report Abuse
Alzheimer's: Blog - Business Exchange
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actionalz.blogspot.com Report Abuse
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wired.com/medtech/health/news/2002/07/53815 Report Abuse
Blog to Cope With Alzheimer's Fog
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creatingmemories.blogspot.com Report Abuse
Dealing with Alzheimer's Blog
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TheMosquitoMachine.blogspot Report Abuse
To watch a man who, for over forty years, had only treated me with kindness... to watch that man be trampled by a disease that knows no mercy... To see that same man stagger to his feet and fight back every time the disease knocked him down and to watch him keep fighting long after his most valuable traits had been taken... To observe a man who had labored day and night to feed his family and had, in so doing, become a highly skilled craftsman... To see that man too reduced to turn a doorknob or put on shoes and to have that same man, not recognizing me as his son, come to me and, with a beaten down look upon his face, humbly ask me for a job... To observe a man with the finest of reputations driven to the performance of actions which would, in time past, have caused him shame... To hear a man who once had the best kept mind I have ever encountered... to hear him, broken and sad, say, "Everyone knows I'm an idiot." ...and to know that when I walked him through our neighborhood, my neighbors knew him only as a man with no brainpower... To see such a man and believe him to be a man worthy of recognition as a truly great man, and instead, to see him so cruelly used... To observe these things struck a chord within me. Something had to be done to try to restore to such a man some of that which he was losing. I had to come to his aid; I could not stand idly by and watch his dismantling. The record needed correction so that it might be known that a great man - not an idiot, an industrious man - not a sloth, a godly man - not a shameful one, was passing into eternity.
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wegohealth.com/profiles/blogs/alzheimers-blog Report Abuse
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scienceblog.com/cms/.../-journal-alzheimers-disease Report Abuse
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blogs.wsj.com/.../vision-problems-may-make-alzheimers-worse Report Abuse
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linkedin.com/companies/alzheimer's-speaks-blog Report Abuse
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scientificamerican.com/blog/60 Report Abuse
New genetic associations for Alzheimer's disease
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mayoclinic.com/health/alzheimers/AZ00051 Report Abuse
Alzheimer's: Welcome to our new blog - MayoClinic.com
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Three Years and Thirteen Dumpsters:Cleaning House After Alzheimer's Report Abuse
A funny, caring blog about caregiving a family member with dementia, including great resources and information, covering a lot of topics not covered in other blogs
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annromick.wordpress.com Report Abuse
Ann has been a caregiver for relatives with Alzheimer's for over 20 years. She is currently caring for her spouse, Ken who has been diagnosed for 7 years. Her writing is excellent as she tells her Alzheimer's stories, weaving in her own thoughts and feelings on how this disease has affected her family and her life.
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