Tag: agitation

Caregiver’s Log, Sunday March 25, 2018

Turning on a dime By Samra Jones Bufkins Bill is usually very happy to eat whatever I cook for him, unless it's too spicy.  Today, we experienced another behavior that is becoming increasingly common. We went to Palm Sunday Mass and arrived home at about 1 p.m. We spent some time reading the paper and … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, Sunday March 25, 2018

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Caregiver’s Log, Saturday March 24, 2018

By Samra Jones Bufkins Saturday Lunch in Alzheimer's Land We decided to eat lunch in front of the TV today, watching the March for Our Lives and planning to watch March Madness later. I made chicken salad from scratch, and used sourdough bread to make big, thick sandwiches, which were served with apple slices and … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, Saturday March 24, 2018

Caregiver’s Log, October 13, 2017

by Samra Jones Bufkins I’m going to start “Caregiver Logs” (inspired by Star Trek’s Captain’s Log) as part of this blog, describing incidents and behaviors we experience. For the first few posts I’ll be going back in recent time. I’ll venture into the TMI zone here, because people need to know that hostility, agitation and … Continue reading Caregiver’s Log, October 13, 2017