While every person experiences the early stage of dementia differently, it is common that a person in the early-stage may need cues and reminders to help with memory. As a care partner, it may be necessary for you to take the initiative to determine how you may be able to help. For example, he or she may need help with:
Being a caregiver for someone in the middle stages of Alzheimer's requires flexibility and patience. As the abilities of the person with Alzheimer's change and functioning independently becomes more difficult. Daily routines will need to be adapted, and structure will become more important. Our caregivers can help address the following:
Late-stage care decisions can be some of the hardest families face. As the disease advances, the needs of the person living with Alzheimer's will change and deepen. A person with late-stage Alzheimer's usually:
During the late stages, your role as a caregiver focuses on preserving quality of life and dignity. Our can caregivers can provide the following:
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Scheduled nurse visits to administer medications, and patient monitoring and assessment
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