Being a caregiver for someone who has a memory deficit can be extremely challenging. It becomes even more difficult when that person is unaware of their dementia or any other limitations associated with it. Dementia can directly impact a person’s ability to follow directions, can compromise their safety, impedes problem-solving and abstract reasoning. It can cause them to be impulsive or unrealistic about their abilities. There are things you can do and approaches you should avoid as a caregiver facing these parameters.
http://hollatzlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/HLG-logo-200x100.gif 0 0 Steve http://hollatzlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/HLG-logo-200x100.gif Steve2017-09-28 13:16:532017-09-28 13:16:5311 Ways to Help People Who Have Dementia but Don’t Realize it | The Intentional Caregiver