Caregiving

Top Tips for Caregivers of Newly Diagnosed Parkinson’s Patients

Community Resources for Caring for a Spouse with Dementia

Resources for Caring for a Spouse with Dementia

When a spouse or partner is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia, the responsibilities of caring for their needs in a new way can add stress to your lifestyle and tension to your relationship. The dynamics of caring for a spouse are different than caring for a parent, as the emotional support you offered each other may threaten to weaken with their disease. However, spousal caregivers can have hope as they learn to find support from other resources to help them through their caregiving journey.

A Caregiver’s Guide to Effective Communication: Talking to Your Loved One with Dementia

Dealing with Dementia-Related Behavior: Dos and Don’ts for Caregivers

As an individual experiences the life-altering changes of progressive dementia – the loss of memories, confusion, sensory problems, diminishing abilities, the struggle to communicate – it’s common that challenging behaviors evolve in response to their ever-changing world. For a caregiver of a loved one with memory loss, dealing with challenging behaviors such as aggression, suspicion and delusions can be emotionally difficult and, in some cases, dangerous for both of their safety.

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

7 Essential Coping Techniques for Alzheimer’s Caregiver Stress

Caregiver Tips on the Value of Humor in Memory Care

Memory Care Today: The Value of Humor in Caregiving

Memory Care Today: The Value of Humor in Caregiving

“While it might seem rather difficult – even inappropriate – to associate humor and laughter with Alzheimer’s disease and memory care,”says Lonette Bentley, Executive Director of the beautiful, newly-opened Clarity Pointe™ Pensacola,“Memory care experts now say that a dash of humormight be the best medicine for both loved ones with dementia and their frequently overburdened caregivers.”

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

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