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Lessons from Bob the Anxious Caveman

A very long time ago, Bob, a caveman, lived with other cave-people in a rock-walled dwelling carved into the the side of a mountain.  Bob was strong and independent, and saw himself as a very capable provider. Bob sometimes worried ...

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Introducing SeniorScapes, Inc.

  Hello everyone, As many of you know, I have been writing this blog for over 6 years.  It began as a home for my thoughts and ideas on Alzheimer’s and dementia, an extension of my identity as “The Dementia Queen” ...

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Kill the Devil Doll

*** Here is a story that offers a different perspective, brought to my attention by a family who is struggling with a loved one’s dementia.  I know you all can identify with the challenges of dealing with dementia’s disruptive behaviors, and how ...

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Help! He Changes His Clothes Multiple Times A Day!

A common complaint A person with dementia dresses and undresses multiple times a day.  Wardrobe changes are a relatively harmless behavior challenge, although they are certainly a time-consuming frustration for the caregiver. Let’s analyze the behavior and break it down ...

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