Alzheimer's Disease

Honoring Choices: Tips for Helping with Everyday Challenges for Your Loved One with Memory Loss

Guardianship & Elder Law Tips for Loved Ones with Memory Loss

Family Dynamics and Alzheimer’s: Tips on Adjusting to a New Normal

Family Dynamics and Alzheimer’s: Adjusting to a New Normal

Family Dynamics and Alzheimer’s: Adjusting to a New Normal

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, the shock of the diagnosis can be overwhelming for the family, and reactions to this news can vary among each family member. As a loved one’s Alzheimer’s progresses, the challenges that come from caregiving and the difficult nature of the disease can cause even more struggles within the family. Alzheimer’s disease can make major shifts in family dynamics, which can be painful if families don’t prepare for them.

7 Tips to Help You Cope with Alzheimer’s Caregiver Stress

Memory Care Tips for Understanding the Different Forms of Dementia

Memory Care Tips for Having a Healthy, Successful Visit with a Loved One

Memory Care Insights: How to Have a Healthy and Successful Visit

“Memory care experts often say that taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia is very much a family affair,” says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director at Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola.

“However, family members and friends are sometimes hesitant to visit and interact with a loved one with memory loss largely because they don’t know what to expect. We often hear comments such as, ‘Will he even know me?’; ‘I don’t know what to say?’; and ‘How will he react?’

Caregiver Tips on the Value of Humor in Memory Care

Tips on the Value of “Therapeutic Fibbing” in Memory Care


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