In this article, I would like to review some of the demands and complaints of families and caregivers when facing Alzheimer’s, how to cope with the problem and the person who has dementia. But before talking about the demands and complaints of families and caregivers, let us take a quick look about what is Alzheimer’s disease in a broad sense. As it is already well known by for almost every people, Alzheimer's is one of the most terrible diseases we can face, as it destroys not only the person who has this condition, but also to the same family who suffers the consequences. However, we must not forget the positive side of it as it makes us more sensitive, to know a little more human suffering, helps us appreciate what we are and what have.
Federico Ortiz Moreno
Federico Ortiz Moreno has a degree in psychology, from the University of Monterrey, with emphasis in the Social Area. He is also a journalist and an actor.He started to work as a professor at University of Monterrey and was the founder of the Alzheimer Association in Monterrey, later on he became the chairman of the Mexican Alzheimer Federation.
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SOCIAL SCIENCE / General