Tips for connecting with a loved one with Alzheimer’s
As a child, Laura Anthony visited her grandmother, who had Alzheimer’s, every weekend after Mass.
“As a kid I never knew what to talk about,” she says. “It was so awkward.”
Years later, after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Anthony drove most weekends from Bradenton, Florida to provide care and company for her mom and dad in Citrus County.