Easing Into Alzheimer's

A Gradual Transition Is Key It’s not easy for our loved ones in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia to accept that they are no longer able to complete simple everyday tasks. But too much coddling can result in arguments, temper tantrums, depression, and resentment. The best advice for a caregiver just starting out is to transition gradually. Maintaining some independence for your loved one can help prolong his or her ability to think, function, feel, and live normally. Just as important, it will allow you, the caregiver, to transition smoothly, as well. Facing the challenges of Alzheimer’s can be daunting, but there are ways to help your loved one maintain independence as lo

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