Even as confusion and memory loss escalate during the late stages of dementia, there’s a remarkable and welcome reprieve that often occurs. Formerly termed “terminal
Finding activities that are fun and engaging for seniors with dementia tends to be a challenge. Add in vision impairment, and it could seem overwhelming.
Primary caregivers for anyone with Alzheimer’s disease are frequently all too acquainted with the complications experienced in trying to take a quiet moment or two
Providing care for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or some other form of dementia requires creativity, patience, and empathy – the capacity to step outside of
Disbelief. Shame. Awkwardness. Discomfort. All of these feelings can cycle through a family caregiver’s heart when a loved one with Alzheimer’s displays disinhibited behaviors, such
It may come seemingly out of the blue: you place your loved one’s favorite tuna sandwich in front of her – light on the mayo,