From MariaShriver.com: The Alzheimer's Caregiver: I'm Proud of You
Going home from the hospital? need a Caregiver? Call Home Instead!
♥ elephant orphan and caregiver; elephant refuges are working to save young elephants orphaned by poaching.
Flowers and Plants
Caregiver Tips: “You would not be where you are today, if you heart was not growing bigger every day.” – Carole S.
art for walls
Caregiver Sonia Mundle Smith contemplates the death of a woman she spent years caring for, while waiting for the hospice nurse to prepare
Understanding Alzheimer's Disease anatomy poster discusses the aging brain, dementia and methods of diagnosing AD for patient caregiver education.
Caregiver Tip: “Find others going through the same thing and support each other.” – Christine Sotmary
10 Requests From A Dementia Journeyer. Important tidbits to remember as a caregiver, family member or friend. Great idea to print this and read it on occasion as a refresher before a visit.
We love this photo of one of our LWB "aunties" giving some one-on-one time. Through the Caregiver Assitance program we are able to provide
6 things no one told us about being a caregiver. An honest look at the challenges of caring for an elderly parent....and, with the benefit of hindsight, what things couldve been done differently to make the process a little easier.
An hour is all-- yet it's so hard to find that time for a caregiver. Others may be unwilling to provide respite care or your care patient may be unwilling to accept respite care-- but that hour, even if it's fifteen minutes, is sacred self-care time #alzheimers #tgen #mindcrowd www.mindcrowd.org
How to Communicate With Someone With Alzheimer’s – Part 1: Touch. When Traditional Words Fail, Try Connecting Through The Senses, is a 5-part series written by Author and former caregiver; Elaine Pereira. We will post each new article in her series on Friday for the next 5 weeks. Her articles are powerful and extremely helpful if you are trying to communicate with someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia. #alzheimers #dementia #elderly