There’s no shortcut to building patience. If you’re looking to make lasting changes within yourself, you are going to have to do the work. I’ve learned a lot on my personal journey. Here are some practical tools that helped me along the way.
Performing daily tasks can be challenging for someone living with dementia. But as a caregiver, it’s important to find activities that your person can still enjoy doing. Keep reading for some practical tips of how to manage everyday life.
When family caregivers need a break, we rely on people like Joanne Bryant. Keep reading to find out she learned to communicate even beyond words as a Companion Volunteer.
Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, while rewarding, can also be challenging. When a loved one with dementia lives far away, there are even more complexities to consider. Alzheimer’s San Diego recently held a class called Long-Distance Caregiving, designed to provide practical tips of how to be a helpful care partner from afar.