...Caregiving in the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease:
"At this stage in the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, a patient can no longer communicate directly, is totally dependent for all personal care, and is generally confined to bed.
Unable to recognize once cherished people and objects, or to verbally express basic requirements, the person with Alzheimer’s completely depends on sensitive caregivers to advocate, connect, and attend to her needs."
..."Moving on after final stage care:
From the moment a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, a caregiver’s life is never the same. It can, however, be happy, fulfilling, and healthy again. Take time to reflect on your loved one’s life and remember the quality time that you were able to share together."....