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Dad worked at Campbell Soup in Camden NJ for 43 years. This memory loss disease is the worse, because in Dad’s case he did not speak. Adolph Browne Sr. was the strongest man I knew. He did his job as a husband, parent and was a strong force in the community. Maybe if we eat better food, control our weight, have positive thoughts, physical exercise, sweet sleep, fresh water. This might be an in road to a great quality of like. Karen Browne-Smith. Philadelphia. May 25, 2013
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« Karen was her mother’s full-time caregiver. At the age of 43 she left her job to care for her 24 hours a day. Karen said, “I never imagined that the hardest thing about being a full-time Alzheimer’s caregiver would be the emotional and financial aftershocks I’ve felt since I left that role.” Sometimes I was overwhelmed by it all. But there were tender, satisfying times, too. I knew my mom felt loved and safe in our little world. (1) Statement was from The Penn Memory Center “Insight” Newsletter. Calumet Photographic Philadelphia location. May 25, 2013.