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Three Critical Guidelines for Caring for an Individual with Dementia

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a challenging undertaking. Therefore, if possible, you should engage a professional caregiver to provide assisted living services. Alternatively, the affected individual can receive appropriate care at a nursing. Unfortunately, these options might not be applicable if there are limitations such as financial difficulties. If you are planning on providing dementia care at home, you should use the below tips to promote your loved one's wellbeing. Read More 

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Looking after nanna

When nanna started getting forgetful we all thought it was cute. But when she started leaving pots to boil dry on the stove and losing the car in the carpark when she went shopping it wasn't cute anymore. Sometimes loving someone means looking after them and we started looking for a facility that could really look after her. We found an awesome facility where the people really care for nanna. These days we know she is safe, and she seems a lot more comfortable and relaxed. Now when we see her we have a great time chatting and sharing memories.

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