Month: May 2018

Caregiver’s Log, Thursday, May 24, 2018. When Alzheimer’s gets Angry Part 2

By Samra Jones Bufkins He's been home from the hospital for 10 days. His meds were radically adjusted (more on that in another blog). I've been walking on eggshells the whole time. He's grouchy, and the last 4 nights he's gotten up at least 2 times, usually more. When doesn't sleep, neither do I. Yesterday … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, Thursday, May 24, 2018. When Alzheimer’s gets Angry Part 2

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Caregiver’s Log, Tuesday May 8, 2018 : When Alzheimer’s gets angry.

Samra Jones-Bufkins In my blog post of April 26, I alluded to some severe agitation issues we're dealing with. It hasn't gotten any better, in fact, it's gotten worse. Much worse. But first I need to back up to provide background. Last fall, when we saw his neurologist, I had a list of behaviors that … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, Tuesday May 8, 2018 : When Alzheimer’s gets angry.

Caregiver’s Log, May 1, 2018

By Samra Jones Bufkins Lately he's been having hallucinations. My last post described him acting out against light fixtures and a ceiling fan. He has had illusions of people in the house before. Today, after his doctor's appointment to adjust his mood-stabilizing and antipsychotic meds, I noticed him in the kitchen, pointing at the window … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, May 1, 2018