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When a person moves to the later stages of Alzheimer's disease, caregiving may become more difficult. This article offers ways to adjust to the changes that take place during severe or late-stage Alzheimer's.




Move Ya Feet (Extended Mix)



A physical therapist can also show you how to move the person's body joints using range-of-motion exercises. During these exercises, you hold the person's arms or legs, one at a time, and move and bend it several times a day. Movement prevents stiffness of the arms, hands, and legs. It also prevents pressure sores or bedsores.


As the person moves through the stages of Alzheimer's, he or she will need more care. You may not be able to meet all his or her needs at home anymore. It's important to know your limits, take care of yourself, and to seek help whenever you need it. Learn more about getting help with Alzheimer's caregiving and finding ways to care for yourself. If caring for the person has become too much for you, you can also learn more about finding long-term care for a person with Alzheimer's. 041b061a72


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