Are you visiting your aging parents for the holidays and are wondering what signs to look for if you are worried about dementia? Take this time to make sure they are ok and get help if needed.
Grieving is a process that takes time, and healing involves accepting the loss. Losing a person that we care about is never easy, but we live our lives knowing that the people that we love, including ourselves, will eventually die. We expect others to respect us and tell us when someone has died.
Elopement is a traumatic experience for everyone involved, and rightfully so, as elopement in a person with dementia always puts life at risk. That’s why it’s best to be prepared.