Thursday, 16 December 2021

The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.


Fig 01- A house, just for illustration

When he saw me, he unlocked his chair and get couples of little steps toward me and he moved his right hand toward me.

I thought he want to greet me by hand shaking, but he pulled my hand and kissed it.

He always did the same things to every woman. Women only. He can recognize between man and woman.

Not always! Because he ask about me to his nurse aid, “Who's the man?” I guessed he didn't see my ponytail.


Fig 02- White flowers


Fig 03- An electric fireplace (Photo: Overstock)

He went back to his spot, in front of fireplace. He tried unbutton his top pajama, and took it off.

He wanted to put top pajama on through his feet. Claire came to him and fixed it.

He counted his pajama buttons, “One, two, three, four!” And he said, “Four!”

His nurse aid said, “Yes, you have four buttons.” He recount again and tell her, recount again and tell her, again, and again.

I ask Claire that is he easy get upset, angry, mad, or fight?

# To be continued to Part 2

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30 comments:

  1. O Alzheimer é uma doença que deixa a pessoa isolada com os pensamentos vagos,por não lembrar de nada e nem conhece sua própria família.

    Amiga, tenha um bom dia!
    Beijos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

      Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

      I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.

      Delete
    2. The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

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  2. Es muy duro vivir eso para la familia.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
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      Fig 01- A house, just for illustration

      When he saw me, he unlocked his chair and get couples of little steps toward me and he moved his right hand toward me.

      I thought he want to greet me by hand shaking, but he pulled my hand and kissed it.

      He always did the same things to every woman. Women only. He can recognize between man and woman.

      Not always! Because he ask about me to his nurse aid, “Who's the man?” I guessed he didn't see my ponytail.

      Delete
    2. The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

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  3. La temible enfermedad que hacía sufrir a Gabo. Para un escritor, es pavoroso sufrirla, y quizás la vaticinó en la peste del olvido de Cien años de soledad, pues García Márquez murió ya invadido por esa enfermedad de olvido. Un abrazo. Carlos

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 03- An electric fireplace (Photo: Overstock)

      He went back to his spot, in front of fireplace. He tried unbutton his top pajama, and took it off.

      He wanted to put top pajama on through his feet. Claire came to him and fixed it.

      He counted his pajama buttons, “One, two, three, four!” And he said, “Four!”

      His nurse aid said, “Yes, you have four buttons.” He recount again and tell her, recount again and tell her, again, and again.

      I ask Claire that is he easy get upset, angry, mad, or fight?

      # To be continued to Part 2

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      - One of Ways to Make Barbeque in the Nature – Food 7
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

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  4. Uma doença terrível e sem cura possível.
    Continuação de boa semana, minha amiga.
    E um FELIZ NATAL.
    Beijo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

      Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

      I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.

      Delete
    2. The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 01- A house, just for illustration

      When he saw me, he unlocked his chair and get couples of little steps toward me and he moved his right hand toward me.

      I thought he want to greet me by hand shaking, but he pulled my hand and kissed it.

      He always did the same things to every woman. Women only. He can recognize between man and woman.

      Not always! Because he ask about me to his nurse aid, “Who's the man?” I guessed he didn't see my ponytail.

      Delete
  6. Uma doença terrível sem dúvida. Infelizmente, é uma degenerativa que não tem regressão.
    Votos de um excelente fim de semana, e Feliz Natal!
    Beijinhos.

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 03- An electric fireplace (Photo: Overstock)

      He went back to his spot, in front of fireplace. He tried unbutton his top pajama, and took it off.

      He wanted to put top pajama on through his feet. Claire came to him and fixed it.

      He counted his pajama buttons, “One, two, three, four!” And he said, “Four!”

      His nurse aid said, “Yes, you have four buttons.” He recount again and tell her, recount again and tell her, again, and again.

      I ask Claire that is he easy get upset, angry, mad, or fight?

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Lobsters have Good Nutritional Values for Health – Healthy Life 13
      - One of Ways to Make Barbeque in the Nature – Food 7
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      Delete
  7. Es una enfermedad terrible. Saludos amiga.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

      Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

      I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.

      Delete
  8. Não é fácil viver com essa doença.

    Boas festas

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 01- A house, just for illustration

      When he saw me, he unlocked his chair and get couples of little steps toward me and he moved his right hand toward me.

      I thought he want to greet me by hand shaking, but he pulled my hand and kissed it.

      He always did the same things to every woman. Women only. He can recognize between man and woman.

      Not always! Because he ask about me to his nurse aid, “Who's the man?” I guessed he didn't see my ponytail.

      Delete
  9. A sad reality for many people...

    I THANK YOU FOR YOUR SIMPATIC PRESENCE IN MY BLOGS.

    PEACE, HEALTH AND MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.

    MY BEST GREETINGS.
    ~~~~

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    1. Indeed .....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 03- An electric fireplace (Photo: Overstock)

      He went back to his spot, in front of fireplace. He tried unbutton his top pajama, and took it off.

      He wanted to put top pajama on through his feet. Claire came to him and fixed it.

      He counted his pajama buttons, “One, two, three, four!” And he said, “Four!”

      His nurse aid said, “Yes, you have four buttons.” He recount again and tell her, recount again and tell her, again, and again.

      I ask Claire that is he easy get upset, angry, mad, or fight?

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Lobsters have Good Nutritional Values for Health – Healthy Life 13
      - One of Ways to Make Barbeque in the Nature – Food 7
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      Delete
  10. Una triste realidad de una enfermedad terrible y triste. Un abrazo.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

      Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

      I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.

      Delete
  11. Qué triste. Una enfermedad que te va alejando de los tuyos hasta llegar a no reconocerlos. Se borra todo... 😔

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 01- A house, just for illustration

      When he saw me, he unlocked his chair and get couples of little steps toward me and he moved his right hand toward me.

      I thought he want to greet me by hand shaking, but he pulled my hand and kissed it.

      He always did the same things to every woman. Women only. He can recognize between man and woman.

      Not always! Because he ask about me to his nurse aid, “Who's the man?” I guessed he didn't see my ponytail.

      Delete
  12. This is a very sad reality.

    Happy Holidays!!

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    1. Indeed....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1
      -
      Fig 03- An electric fireplace (Photo: Overstock)

      He went back to his spot, in front of fireplace. He tried unbutton his top pajama, and took it off.

      He wanted to put top pajama on through his feet. Claire came to him and fixed it.

      He counted his pajama buttons, “One, two, three, four!” And he said, “Four!”

      His nurse aid said, “Yes, you have four buttons.” He recount again and tell her, recount again and tell her, again, and again.

      I ask Claire that is he easy get upset, angry, mad, or fight?

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:

      - Do you know about E. coli Bacteria? - part 2 - Healthy Life 12
      - Why the Free Meals Program could Attract Kids to Come to Library?
      - Lobsters have Good Nutritional Values for Health – Healthy Life 13
      - One of Ways to Make Barbeque in the Nature – Food 7
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      Delete
  13. Una enfermedad muy dura.
    Feliz fin de semana

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The signs of late stage of Alzheimer's Disease – Part 1 - Alzheimer's 1

      It was late Winter when I went to Claire's house.

      Chilled outside but in the house was warm enough.

      I saw an electric fireplace was on. Claire's uncle was sitting on his wheelchair in front of the fireplace. He was a big guy, and turned around.

      Delete

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