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My mother was an active widow who retired from teaching with thoughts of painting and traveling before dementia took over.  Her husband passed away and she fought through that, never letting her spirits drop.  Her love of life always shining through.  Alzheimer's has stripped those dreams away and now her days are spent battling a disease that is cruel in every since of the word.  For those reading this please support our efforts to end those disease so others can live their dreams and let life continue to shine through.

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Sons and Daughters

My wife of 57 years has had Alzheimer for four years. So far and I hope forever I will be able to take care of her forever at home. I couldn't imagine waking up in the morning without her by my side. She still smiles and laughs and tells me when we go to bed, how much she loves me. A few months ago, she wondered from our house and had a bad fall. I have taken precausions so that will not happen again. A loud alarm on the door that sounds when it is open, I have someone come in daily for a few hours so I can go on errands. I have heart problems but manage.

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Spouses and Partners

My mom died of heart disease at the age of 55.  Her mom, my Granny, and her sister, my Aunt Lucille, and her neice, my cousin Jennifer, all died from the perils of Alheimer's.   I know in my heart my mom is grateful she did not have to suffer like her family did for so many years.  Granny was divorced, living alone in Houston when we moved to New Jersey.  We would get calls from police in Houston about Granny being found walking the streets in the middle of the night.

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