If you are caring for someone with dementia, you need to be sure that you are getting enough rest so you stay healthy, too.
Many caregivers find that support groups are the key to a better understanding.
Researchers say that many caregivers find their jobs rewarding
These caregivers share their experiences with loved ones dealing with Lewy Body Dementia (LBD), a progressive brain disease.
Three years ago, when Jay Newton-Small moved her father into a care facility in Sykesville, MD, she was given a 20-page questionnaire to fill out. Her father had Alzheimer’s Disease and his fading memory and …. Great story!
Dementia Care: The 5 Rs can help you cope and provide better dementia care as behavior issues arise. Caring for someone with dementia requires time and patience. Use these tips to make care giving much easier.
Dealing with dementia requires a team effort. Learn how the sufferer, family, and friends can all pitch in to make it a less trying experience.
Respite care can be a lifesaver for a patient or a caregiver. Everyone needs to take a break when they are caring for their love ones.