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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

When seniors with Alzheimer's say I want to go home, it's actually a cry for help. These 3 kind responses help them calm down & redirect to another activity

How to talk and communicate with dementia patients

How to talk and communicate with dementia patients

Dementia Patient Wears the Same Clothes Over and Over       |        Alzheimer's Reading Room

Dementia Patient Wears the Same Clothes Over and Over

Dementia Patient Wears the Same Clothes Over and Over | Alzheimer's Reading Room

4 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Keeps Repeating Questions - DailyCaring

4 Ways to Respond When Someone with Alzheimer’s Keeps Repeating Questions

Your senior is repeating questions because they feel anxious. Use these 4 ways to respond to the behavior and stop the questions before you lose your temper

How Alzheimer's Patients Experience Cognitive Decline

How Alzheimer's Patients Experience Cognitive Decline

5 Things to Never Say to a Person With Alzheimer's

5 Things to Never Say to a Person With Alzheimer's

Yesterday afternoon, I walked into the spacious room belonging to Mary, a woman with dementia who has few visitors and with whom I've volunteered to spen.

Signs and symptoms of urinary tract infections in the elderly, and what caregivers should know about managing UTI's.

Urinary tract infections in the elderly can be serious, and can mimic dementia. Here is what caregivers need to know about the elderly and UTI's.

When to Move someone with dementia to nursing home? - Alzheimers Support

When to Move someone with dementia to nursing home

When to move someone with dementia to nursing home is a difficult question.

Dementia Care Dos and Don'ts: Dealing with Dementia

Dementia Care Dos and Don'ts: Dealing with Dementia

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

More than just denial, anosognosia is a lack of awareness of impairment – a person does not even know they are ill – and it affects up to 81% of those with Alzheimer’s disease.

Anosognosia and Alzheimer's

Tips for Dealing With People Who Don't Know They Have Dementia Articles like this would have been good to ready back in when we were dealing with it.

10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia - Alzheimers Support

10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimer's or Dementia

A bunch of things to know about dementia 10 Ways to Avoid Agitation and Aggression in the Person with Alzheimers or Dementia - Alzheimers Support

New Approaches for Dealing with Difficult Dementia Behaviors #alzheimerscare

New Approaches for Dealing with Difficult Dementia Behaviors #alzheimerscare

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