Always remember to treat them as equals even when they act out in ways you do not understand. Accept them for who they are. They can teach us many lessons about unconditional love.
I wrote this article to help families find options that may help their loved ones stay in their homes for years to come, if at all possible. Learning about other possibilities can help secure more feelings of hope for better days. Talk to doctors, physical therapists, and families about concerns.
This information is intended to help caregivers learn how to dance a different type of dance. The dance is about learning to tap into how individuals think when they suffer from Dementia. This information was inspired by my experience caring for my mother during her time on this earth. Never give up
Dementia can feel less terrifying now when understanding takes first place.