A caregivers guide to dealing with dementia lisa fields april 23 2018 do your best to remain calm because people with dementia react to emotions and tone of voice alzheimers and dementia care 6 options thatll work for any family. Caregivers guide to understanding dementia behaviors caring for a loved one with dementia poses many challenges for families and caregivers people with dementia from conditions such as alzheimers and related diseases have a progressive biological brain msw education and training consultant and specialist in dementia care . Continued finances eventually early onset dementia symptoms force a person to stop working if youre the spouse or partner you also may have to quit or cut back your work hours to provide care. All forms of dementia affect the brain however and a persons ability to do normal activities when people talk about dementia they often equate it with alzheimers disease which gets worse over time but not all dementias are alzheimers and not all dementias are progressive. Dementias impact on caregivers for every person with dementia there is at least one caregiver usually an unpaid family member the drive to care for a loved one with dementia is noble and good but caregivers are at a high risk of stress anxiety depression suppressed immune function and poor attention to their own health
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