Caring for a person with alzheimers or dementia often involves a team of people whether you provide daily caregiving participate in decision making or simply care about a person with the disease we have resources to help. Have you been caring for someone with alzheimers for some time and feel overwhelmed this blog will help you better understand alzheimers disease and its stages and will provide helpful tips on locating outside resources and avoiding caregiver burnout what is alzheimers disease. 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. The normal stresses of caregiving can be magnified when caring for people with alzheimers disease and dementia these unique challenges can be faced head on with the appropriate resources and a well developed care plan begin the search using the aarp keyword search tool designed for caregivers. After an alzheimers diagnosis use these tips to help educate family and friends about the disease and how to interact with the person with alzheimers helping kids understand alzheimers disease get tips to help children teens and grandchildren understand alzheimers disease plus ideas for spending time together
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