A reflection on Dad’s passing: A difficult road was made a little easier with support

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6 Responses

  1. Elaine Corriero says:

    Thanks, Uncle Bill. For everything. ~ Elaine

  2. Angie Carrillo says:

    I often wonder if my messages about my journey as a caregiver help others. Your post confirms sharing does help all of us understand a bit more what to expect because it is from someone who has lived through it. Bless you and your family.

  3. Lisa Rose says:

    So sorry for your loss, Bill. I wanted to reach out to you at the Summit at Mt. Hermon but it was a busy day and our paths never crossed. I, too, lost my Mom in mid February and know what you are going through. I completely agree that the strength and encouragement provided by your wonderful staff makes all the difference. You are fortunate to work with such great people – and I appreciate them as well. You all do the best work – and I will forever be indebted to you all. Thanks for sharing your story.

  4. Karen L. says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. I lost my mother about a year ago. She was 91 and had advanced Alzheimer’s Disease. Your story resonated with me. Even with all the knowledge and resources that I had about the disease, it was still important to for me to be able to talk with others about the later stages of the disease. Caring for a parent with AD and losing them has been one of my saddest and most difficult life experiences. I am now a volunteer on the Alzheimer’s Assoc. Helpline and am happy that I can help and support people coping with AD.
    I am very grateful for your leadership at the Association.

  5. Josenaldo says:

    These caregiver affiomatirns are great! Caregivers definitely need to have a good outlook on life so they would also make a good impact to their patients. Caregivers can also get the supports offered by technology to ease their worries and lighten up their loads.

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