The realities of dementia. There is no easy way to deal with this disease. Show up and be in the moment — and know, you don’t have to go at this alone! Resources for you:1. Alzheimer’s Association2. Memory Loss & Ten Early Signs3. BU Alzheimer’s Disease Center For more information, visit our blog posts on…
When is it time to explore Memory Care for a loved one? Join us as we talk about the benefits of Memory Care and when to notice clear signs that it might be time — for your loved one and for your own peace of mind. Resources available to you:1. Alzheimer’s Association2. BU Alzheimer’s Disease…
While wandering cannot be completely prevented, it is important to understand why he/she may be wandering and make a plan to lower the chances.
While it may often be difficult for the person affected by dementia to properly express themselves, they often still experience feelings and emotions. Check out our tips for communication.
Dementia is not a single disease; it’s an overall term – like heart disease – that covers a wide range of medical conditions, including Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more about the warning signs.
Caregiver burnout is a state of emotional, mental, and physical exhaustion caused by the prolonged and overwhelming stress of caregiving.