Most of us recognize the feeling of thirst, and it naturally leads us to reach for liquids for rehydration. But the sensation of thirst in our loved ones with dementia can be something they no longer recognize, and they may not be able to express how they are feeling when they are thirsty.
When we notice changes in our loved one’s behavior and increased forgetfulness it can feel alarming and overwhelming, even if we feel we have prepared ourselves for this moment. What do I do now? Who can I turn to in my area?
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Long-Term Care Options for Dementia Long-term care facilities for people living with dementia in Round Rock, Texas include nursing homes, assisted...
How do you cover the cost of assisted living when these options are either not available, or when the cost of memory care exceeds the resources you have on hand?