Self-care is vital to your mental and physical well-being, and this includes finding a support system – a group of people that walk in similar caregiving shoes as you…people that share pain points as well as wins. You do not have to be on this caregiving journey alone. Support can help to prevent burnout!
How often should you visit someone with dementia? We recognize that you care about your loved one, and we believe that making the most out of your time together is what matters most.
It is early morning and your loved one with dementia has already asked several times, “Am I seeing the doctor today?” Your patience is wearing thin. Why is she asking this? How can you answer her question satisfactorily? Is there anything else that you can do to help her?
What do you do when a dementia patient refuses care? The best starting place is to understand why.
The type of care provided to your loved one with memory impairment is principal to the cost of their care. Learn more about the price difference between Assisted Living and Memory Care and why.