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Has anyone ever heard of a 'recovered' Alzheimer's patient?

Pogeu is correct. Continuity is essential. Living conditions need to be routine and simple. Patients are holding onto a thin cord that is fraying and they feel themselves slipping away as much as caregivers. Awareness is a 'multi cycle peaks and troughs' event, and not just a straight downward sloping line.

My feeling is that a limited number of familiar people should have regular contact with the patient. Just how many is a function of the condition of the patient in any particular awareness cycle and in the progress of the disease as a whole.

Unfortunately elderly women tend to suffer multiple problems such as osteoporosis, loss of weight, and dementia related illness all at one stage of their lives.
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