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December 27, 2017
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Man with younger-onset Alzheimer's aims to enjoy the holidays
Last year, the holidays passed by Phil Gutis in a blur. At age 54, he'd recently been diagnosed with younger-onset Alzheimer's, and his days were consumed with the realities of dealing with the disease. This year, Gutis, a member of the Alzheimer's Association National Early-Stage Advisory Group, has been determined to introduce a level of peace and calm to the holiday season.

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Take care of your emotional needs after your Alzheimer's diagnosis
Coming to terms with an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis and the emotions you may be feeling can help you move forward and discover new ways to live a positive and fulfilling life. It's important to find healthy ways to deal with your emotions; once you make the commitment to take care of your emotional needs, you may find that you can rise to the challenge and face your diagnosis.
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Respite care can help Alzheimer's caregivers recharge
Respite care provides caregivers a temporary break while the person living with Alzheimer's disease continues to receive care in a safe environment. Using respite services can support and strengthen your ability to be a caregiver.
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