The number of Alzheimer’s caregivers is growing every year. Learning about the demographics and the economic value of Alzheimer’s caregiving helps show how important caregivers are to society.
You’ve decided to try respite care and take a short break from caregiving. Now what? Learn about how to prepare yourself and your loved one.
Your loved one may be taking several therapies for Alzheimer’s and other conditions, which can make keeping tabs on them all difficult. Read about some strategies that can help you manage your loved one’s therapies so that they stay on track.
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s can be challenging and lead to increased levels of stress. By reading about common symptoms of caregiver strain, you can learn the early warning signs and take steps to reduce your stress.