Month: November 2017

Best Transport Options for Dementia Patients and Caregivers

Transportation is another aspect of a caregiver’s responsibilities that they do not need to navigate alone. There are numerous public and private groups and organizations that may be able to help elderly adults and the disabled, including door-to-door services, providing a range of transportation services…
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What to do if a Dementia Patient is Not Eating

Unfortunately, refusing to eat and/or a lack of appetite is a common aspect of dementia, which can be a great source of concern and frustration for caregivers. Forcing your loved one to eat is not an option, however, since they may choke or accidentally inhale…
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Common Dementia Caregiver Mistakes

Being a caregiver for a loved one with dementia can be a difficult, complex, frustrating experience at times, especially for new caregivers. Working to avoid some of the common dementia caregiver mistakes can be a huge help, potentially saving you time, energy and resources, while…
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