New York Times says to give Alzheimer's patients their way:
Techniques include using food, scheduling, art, music and exercise to generate positive emotions; engaging patients in activities that salvage fragments of their skills; and helping caregivers be more accepting and competent.I agree to give DH his way on most things. I put my foot down if he refuses to go to the doctor. He has long-term excellent habits. For example, he folds his own laundry and makes our bed since I usually am up first.
Rockerfeller University say that Vascular Dementia and Alzheimer's are more related than we previously thought according to the UTube Video. My husband has both--wonder how many others have both.
NAPA has been signed by Obama. We will see how effective this new law is, but it certainly is timely.
Our chiropractor has suggestions on supplements for memory to aid to the coconut oil. Will try one at a time. Not sure there is a cure for Alzheimer's, but brain circulation is improved certainly with these visits and we are getting slowly better after our crash of December 19th. DH will talk about his back hurting and I remind him of that event, because the crash is foggy to him.