Woman steps into caregiver role after husband diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease
Letha Goode looks through a photo album with her husband, Steve, who is living with Alzheimer's disease. Looking at the pictures helps with his memory, which has regressed significantly, according to Letha.
Letha Goode reads the Charleston Daily Mail to her husband, Steve, 64, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease two years ago. Letha is the primary caregiver for her husband and tries to keep him involved with his daily activities. "I try to let him do as much as he can," she said.