Monday, April 18, 2016



Online Tools
Online Caregiver Community
ALZ Connected

"A diagnosis of Alzheimer's raises many questions. The Alzheimer's Association has several free, online tools to help you find answers, local resources and support."

Read more HERE and see the many Online Tools 

plus there are always
available too
"There is no one-size-fits all formula when it comes to Alzheimer's care. Needs change at different stages of the disease and each family's situation is unique. Deciding on care can be a tough decision."

Understand Care Choices

Find Providers

Coordinate Services

all part of Care

Their Top 5 Tips

  • Research all care options before deciding which is a good fit.
  • Ask providers if they have training in dementia care.
  • Familiarize providers with the needs and likes of the person with dementia.
  • Know that it's normal to be apprehensive about changing care.
  • Re-evaluate care as needs change.


    shortybear said...

    thanks for sharing

    Sharon said...

    Options - yes, there are many. I remember how helpful it was for my siblings and I have to have the input of a person who specializes in dealing with people with dementia. We opted to keep Mom at home for now, as this was her deep desire. We have added a part-time caregiver to help when we're not with her. One thing to remember, and something that we're learning, is that the ongoing decline that dementia brings means that we're always in a process of evaluation.

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