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Dementia Caregiver Topics

I have many years of experience as a Home Care provider.  At the start of my career, many patients needed more companion or homemaker assistance. I’ve noticed in the last 5 years many of my patients are Dementia Care. This is not an easy disease or diagnosis for anyone to handle on their own. I understand the difference between a good day and a bad day with Dementia. What remains universal is how you care for your loved ones while they are with you. I can provide my insight from  first-hand experience:

-Types of questions to ask if hospitalization occurs

– Record Keeping

-Caregiver Time Management

– Recognizing Burnout

DEMENTIA

ALZHEIMERS

Chronic or persistent insanity marked by memory disorders, impaired reasoning etc. due to brain disease or injury

Brain disorder causing premature senility 

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