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Alzheimers Disease: Your Role as Caregiver In this Article In this Article In this Article Know What to Expect Take Care of Yourself, Too Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease is a balancing act. You keep your loved one safe and comfortable, keep track of his medications and doctor’s appointments, and give h
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