Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can be incredibly challenging and requires long-term care. Like with other forms of dementia and chronic memory loss, there may be days that are simply a recurrence of days and weeks before, but as the disease progresses, different issues become apparent and new behavioral patterns may begin to emerge. While this is frustrating for caregivers, try and remember it’s as frustrating for the patient, as well as scary. As they become less able to do things they’ve always been able to, they will become more reliant on the people around them. For tips on how best to care for them, CLICK HERE.