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Posted by Paige Richardson in category on July 17, 2012
Today, I met a 10-year-old caregiver. No one else may give him that title. He does not make health care decisions, run errands, give baths, or take his grandmother to the doctor. What he provides is love, companionship, and some help around...read on
Posted by Debbie Pilson in category on July 10, 2012
Sometimes caregivers think their loved one with dementia deliberately tries to annoy them or thinks "if she would just try harder, I'm sure she could remember." Or "how could he not know that?" But keep in mind, the dementia has affected...read on
Posted by Debbie Pilson in category on July 09, 2012
Sometimes people in the early stages of dementia know something is going on....the forgetfulness, disorientation, and confusion at times may cause them distress. They may be aware that changes are happening, and they may become afraid. They...read on