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3 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home - DailyCaring

3 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home

3 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Says I Want to Go Home - DailyCaring

16 Things You Didn't Know Happened In Dementia

16 Things You Didn't Know Happened In Dementia

Teepa Snow, Dementia Expert, with Bathing Tips for Caregivers of those with Alzheimers by Home Instead Senior Care of Sonoma County, CA, via Slideshare

There may come a time in every caregiver's life that you have to make a decision. If you are caring for a relative then you may well have to decide

Challenging behavior is common in people living with dementia and is considered one of the most difficult issues facing staff in residential care and caregivers at home. It is important to try and understand why the person is behaving in a particular way and remember that it is the behavior that is challenging and not the person.

How to Respond to Challenging Behavior

Teepa Snow demos 10 ways to calm a crisis with a person living with Alzheimer’s / dementia

Teepa Snow demos 10 ways to calm a crisis with a person living with Alzheimer’s / dementia

When people feel trapped and terrified, they get agitated, anxious, and sometimes aggressive. It’s normal behaviour for human beings to lash out when they feel threatened, whether they have d…

Staying active mentally helps stimulate seniors struggling with Alzheimer's disease. What activities work well for people with memory loss? Learn more.

Dementia can cause seniors to withdraw from friends, family and activities. But maintaining those relationships and interests reduces the effects of severe cognitive impairment, leading to a better quality of life.

Dementia can cause aggression, confusion and other difficult problems. Read about some common dementia behaviors and learn how to respond.

Dementia Care Dos and Don'ts: Dealing with Dementia

A bunch of things to know about dementia Dementia can cause aggression, confusion and other difficult problems. Read about some common dementia behaviors and learn how to respond.

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease teaches us many great unexpected lessons – both as caregivers and family – that leave a lasting impression on our lives.

Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease teaches us many great unexpected lessons – both as caregivers and family – that leave a lasting impression on our lives.

12 Ways to Create an Empowering Dementia Environment

12 Ways to Create an Empowering Dementia Environment

A bunch of things to know about dementia 12 Ways to Create an Empowering Dementia Environment

To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms. #Alzheimer'sDementiaCaregiving

Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms.

Caution with Medication for Alzheimer and Dementia Patients is a MUST - Alzheimers Support

Caution with Medication for Alzheimer and Dementia Patients is a MUST

Researchers have shown that clearance of the substance amyloid-beta that forms plaques is impaired in individuals with Alzheimer’s. A group of 12 individuals with early Alzheimer’s were compared to 12 cognitively normal individuals of the

7 Stages of Alzheimers Disease Infographic

Researchers have shown that clearance of the substance amyloid-beta that forms plaques is impaired in individuals with Alzheimer’s. A group of 12 individuals with early Alzheimer’s were compared to 12 cognitively normal individuals

Gary Leblanc reminds us what we need to know when navigating a Sea of Forgetfulness such as dementia.

"Staying Afloat in a Sea of Forgetfulness - Common Sense Caregiving" by Gary Joseph LeBlanc

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