Holiday stress amplified for Alzheimer’s caregivers

 

Sun Sentinel

Arnold Thaler was a corporate executive known for solving problems and jetting to the Far East on business. He was the best man in his son’s wedding, and his wife planned to travel with him in their golden years.

Then Alzheimer’s disease, a neurological condition with no cure and no survivors, took hold of Thaler, 74, and added a new, unexpected strain on his family.

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