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Donna said she has made it clear to Mike that she has no problem going to a care facility if it means that he has an easier life. “We have all our ducks in a row and we are re-doing our wills.” Mary Beth Rutherford, support and education coordinator for the Alzheimer Society of BC, said future planning among couples is very important.She noted that various support services are available through Interior Health.

Now Donna is worried about driving anywhere for fear of forgetting her destination or becoming lost.Donna described Mike as a nice, quiet fellow; qualities she found attractive.Mike said he liked Donna because she was a “prim and proper” girl, unlike some of the other females he knew. Three years later they were engaged and bought a house before they agreed to get married.She said many people don’t take the symptoms seriously.

“They say, ‘oh, don’t worry about it, I forget things, too.’” But when it’s 10 a.m.

They soon started dating, but her father didn’t like him very much and often referred to him as a “dirty” hippy. Donna worked in banking for 28 years, and Mike worked in a foundry for 40. Two years ago Donna had hip replacement surgery and had an uneasy feeling about the anesthetic.