By Kim Carpenter / World-Herald Correspondent / Omaha World Herald
OMAHA: The signs have been there for a while. A loved one forgets names, words and appointments. He or she can’t remember people, keep track of medications or has difficulty doing familiar tasks. And now the loved one refuses to bathe, can’t manage getting dressed or
becomes frustrated and angry for no reason.
As the caregiver for someone living with Alzheimer’s disease, it’s hard to know what to do and how to help. Read more.