84?!good for him,if life is good to him.:)~HUGZ
As good as it can for one with alzheimers. But he still knows who we are and he is still as witty and loving as he has always been.
an early stage then... it's when they become confused and aware of their confusion that is the most painful.my mom, after her first stroke, knew she wasn't alright anymore, and wasn't happy about it. it would have been better for her to never go through something like that, i guess...good luck to you all!!HUGZ