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There is a new program through the Veterans Administration that helps families care for the veteran IN HOME. The family can be paid for the care they provide. Contact National Association of Veterans and Families (tell them Carol sent you) at 800-352-0919 to...
I loved learning to sew because my Momma was my teacher. However, dementia eventually robbed her of the ability of sewing. Our loved ones with dementia begin to lose interest in the hobbies they always enjoyed. Let's talk about that.
When someone with dementia makes inappropriate sexual advances, it can be disturbing. When that "someone" is your Dad, that is very disturbing. Let's talk about that.
As Alzheimer's progresses, the ability to make complete sentences is often lost. A listener wrote in asking about this, and I am happy to respond. Let's talk about that!
A listener in Canada wrote regarding the sadness and guilt she is experiencing due to the inability to visit her loved one who is quarantined in a memory care community. I understand, but guilt is something we accept. Let's talk about that.
As a dementia caregiver, you are experiencing stress. That stress is increasing your cortisol level. Your cortisol level is keeping your body in a stress mode called "fight or flight". This can cause a long-term negative effect on your body. Let's talk about that today.
Our world is full of talk about COVID-19/Coronavirus, but it should not be part of the world of your loved one with dementia. They do NOT need to know anything about it. Let's talk about that today!