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Living with Alzheimer's disease means caring for the patient -- and caring for the caregiver. Here's how to manage both of those essential tasks.

Living and Coping

If you're an Alzheimer's caregiver, you have to take care of yourself, too. Learn why -- and how.

Here are the basic principles of daily care for a person with Alzheimer's disease.

People with Alzheimer's disease eventually need help with very personal tasks. Here's an overview.

It's not always easy to communicate with a person who has Alzheimer's disease. Here are some tips.

People with Alzheimer's disease can act strangely. Here's how to deal with it.

No matter how well you care for an Alzheimer's patient, you need a break. Click here to learn about Alzheimer's day care.

The doctor says it's Alzheimer's. How do you handle news like that? To cope, click here.

Life goes on. So can a person with Alzheimer's disease. Here are some tips for daily living with Alzheimer's.

A person with Alzheimer's disease needs both physical and mental care. Here's where to learn about the options for counseling for Alzheimer’s.

Eating a balanced diet is even more important for person with Alzheimer's. Here are some nutrition tips.

For as long as possible, it's important for a person with Alzheimer's to stay active. Here are some do's and don'ts.

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