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How to Cope with the Boredom of Alzheimer’s
When Alzheimer’s patients are bored, they will engage in behavior patterns that are described by geriatric psychiatrists as problematic. We need to be prepared with daily positive and motivating activities. Here are some suggestions to restore dignity and good humor for both caregiver and patient.
How to Get an Alzheimer's Parent to Accept Care
"My grandmother has been diagnosed with Alzheimers and the doctor told her that she needs more full time care. She won´t even entertain the idea. What do I do?"
How to Get Rid of Caregiver Guilt
If you are a caregiver to someone afflicted with Alzheimer’s, you might be giving yourself away.
How to Handle Alzheimer's Paranoia
She has been very ugly to me, and said she would rather be in a nursing home than with me. She is making it hard to care for her.
How to Identify Alzheimer's Patient Abuse
So how can you tell whether it is a fall, or an accidental bruise and not an injury inflicted by a caregiver – when you are not around to monitor your loved one?
How to Improve Your Alzheimer’s Profile: Mind Your Muscles
Here are the latest tips on how to avoid dementia:
How to Improve Your Interaction with the Patient
People afflicted with Alzheimer’s are highly emotional and can switch from laughter and affection to anger and sadness in a moment. By creating a calmer, more serene environment both of you feel better, act better and interrelate better. Here are some tips:
How to Live Better with Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s patients do better with exercise.
How to Maximize Your Moments
Don’t feel embarrassed or stressed when you can’t recall information or have difficulty learning how to operate new technology. Here are some tips to coexist with cognitive impairment.
How to Prevent or Slow Down Alzheimer’s with Creative Thinking
Thinking outside the box is helpful as an Alzheimer’s preventative and treatment for the early stages.
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