When do you NEED HELP with someone with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia?
If you caregiving for an aging parent,or loved one, we are often asked, when do I need help?
Here are some indicators that you may need help:
Personal Care for the Dementia Patient – bathing; grooming etc. becomes problematic;
Dealing with Aggressive Behaviors; they’re being Physical or have Overwhelming Issues; Halucinating etc.
Caregiving From a Distance;
Financial – Do we have enough assets? Asset Protection; How can we Afford the Nursing Home?
When Caring Takes Its Toll on YOU – You are yelling and screaming; burnt out; angry; frustrated;
Depressed – not sleeping; feeling sad; guilt; discouraged;
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