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.
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
Looking through boxes, cabinets, and closets, taking out assorted items from drawers, and sorting repetitively through a number of items might be frustrating for people
Caring for someone you love with dementia is certainly nothing to laugh about. Nonetheless, studies are frequently pointing towards the advantages of humor, and incorporating
Communication with a senior struggling with the challenges of Alzheimer’s, particularly in the middle and later stages, can be frustrating – both for you and
They are currently known to cause quite a few short-term negative effects, such as memory issues and confusion, but new research links several of the
It may be a bit intimidating to understand what to mention and just how to act when spending some time with a family member with
“I do NOT have Alzheimer’s disease! There isn’t anything wrong with me!” If you’ve listened to a loved one with dementia frustratingly communicate this or