If you are currently a caregiving family - good luck. It's hard. We hope this helps. If you are a caregiving veteran - good job. We survived. There is life with caregiving. There is life after caregiving.
Love - Us
Our oldest son started drawing the week his grandmother moved in from Champaign, Illinois with his family. He was ten years old at the time. He said "I draw what I see."
His Alzheimer's care taking journey began in 2013. He would sit in his grandmother's room for hours and draw to keep her company. He taught himself to draw through YouTube videos. She mostly ignored him or slept. We strongly believe there is a reason for everything - good can come out of bad. ♡ " We put up a web gallery for him as a memory placeholder - IJustDrawWhatISee.com
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