Dementia is the fifth leading cause of death among older Americans, and over half of nursing home and assisted living residents are impacted by it. Every person’s journey with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias is different. Hospice offers patients and their families support and care to comprehensively address all sources of suffering and focus on the needs of the patient and family rather than on the disease.
Video of communication tactics to help you connect with your loved one.
Providing Hands On Care including toileting, dressing, safety, etc.
Dementia is more than just "forgetfulness," as people commonly think. Memory problems are certainly a component of dementia, but communication, emotional, and behavior problems are often also present. Caregivers are often taken by surprise when their loved one...
Behaviors such as anger, anxiety, depression, repetition, hallucinations, sleep issues, wandering, etc.
Home safety is important for everyone — but it carries added significance for caregivers. This is especially true if you're caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer's disease in your home. A throw rug or a stray toy on the steps could easily put your loved one at risk...
Daily Care such as bathing, dressing, food, communication, incontinence, working with the doctor, etc.
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