Alzheimer’s disease is a disease rapidly gaining attention by the world. The Alzheimer’s Association indicates over 5 million people are currently living with a form of dementia. This brings to light the need for caregivers and the help that is needed for these caregivers so they can help their loved one suffering from Alzheimer’s.
Families quite often do not have the knowledge or support needed to help their loved one with Alzheimer’s.
- The best start is to get the facts.
- Know what help is available to you to care for your Alzheimer’s patient.
- Knowledge will help you navigate through this difficult time.
Remember no one signs up to be a caregiver. In fact, this job usually just shows up and announces itself and we aren’t prepared. But there is help and support and it’s okay to feel overwhelmed.
You can get some great on-line support at caregiving.com. The warmth and compassion of the CareGiving.com team including its own Caregiving Consultants, can be the light during dark days. Join caregiving.com and then learn so much talking with other caregivers in the same boat. Or check out their available caregiving Consultants.
Seeking support and expertise is the best way to help your loved one manage Alzheimer’s disease and get the quality care that they will desperately need.
Do you need assistance in finding the more help or information to help you or your loved one?
Please reach out to us at Seniors LifeStyle Care and we would be happy to help you!