Alzheimer’s Damages Younger Families

Lynne’s early-onset #Alzheimers diagnosis when she was a mother with 3 teenagers has harmed the careers of her sons. Lynne’s 25-year-old twins and a 20-year-old, have delayed careers, dropped out of college, and postponed their plans to move out of their father’s home.
Their father and his partner halted their plans until the boys moved out. They have worked with counselors individually and as a family with little improvement. Lynne would want them to move on with their lives. Her brother and sister have offered to help.
I am frustrated because I have not made a difference, other than to support them in their lives. I have searched for resources to help but besides the usual suggestions about care for spouses or parents, we seem to be unique in Alzheimer’s literature.
The wreckage on this family is far worse than what I experienced caring for my mother when she was diagnosed as a retired widow. We would welcome your suggestions.
Tags: Alzheimer’s caregiver dementia father-daughter


One thought on “Alzheimer’s Damages Younger Families

  1. Sandra Whitley August 9, 2023 / 12:26 pm

    Dear Jim ❤️
    Wishing I could make a difference 😔
    Keeping you in my prayers 💕🙏

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