Keeping a Routine as a Caregiver of Someone with Dementia

Keeping a Routine as a Caregiver of Someone with Dementia

One of the simplest yet most important things to remember in dementia caregiving is that routine is critical. When their day is unstructured, it can feel unpredictable and therefore unsafe for someone with dementia. Routine can provide this needed structure, for both the individual with dementia and the caregiver.

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Do Adult Day Care Centers Accept Dementia Patients?

Do Adult Day Care Centers Accept Dementia Patients?

While senior centers are designed to provide all seniors with recreational and social opportunities, adult day care centers are a resource for people with physical needs or limited functioning due to memory loss. Adult day care is especially helpful for patients in the earlier stages of dementia.

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Respite Care for the Holidays

Respite Care for the Holidays

As you prepare for your needed and welcome break during the holiday season, remember that you aren’t alone and respite care can be the way for you to take better care of yourself during any busy or stressful time. 

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