Home Treatment Options Behavior Modification Alzheimers Dementia or Other Behavioral Problems? Share Here

Alzheimers Dementia or Other Behavioral Problems? Share Here

99
0
icon person holding magnifying glass

 Are you caring for someone at home with Alzheimers dementia or behavioral problems? Do you have a parent that is a narcissist or a hoarder and now is under your care? Are you providing care for a parent that has had mental health issues throughout their adult life and now are under your care? Providing care for an aging family member or friend is challenging. Add mental health or behavioral issues to an already challenging situation and you have a very undesirable and frustrating scenario. Are you dealing with someone that fights with you when you want them to bathe? Are you out of ideas for activities to keep your family member busy? Or maybe you need some ideas that are appropriate for their present functional ability. Are you frustrated because you cannot get your family member to eat? Or are you embarrassed by the behaviors they exhibit when around others?

Do Any Of The Above Examples Hit Home With You

Do you need some suggestions on how to handle some behaviors? Or have you tried and had success with a strategy that you can share with us here. Share your stories and your experiences here. Help and support one another. Ask questions, overcome your frustrations by sharing. There is always someone out there that has been what you have been through and will be there to support you.

 

CaregiverRelief.com - Ask w Zip and Phone

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

What Other Visitors Have Said

On Alzheimer’s Dementia or other Behavioral Problems…

Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page…

Home alone with dementia star2star2star2star2star2star2 I was the primary caregiver for my father for more than eight years after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.

When my father was first diagnosed ;

10 Tips for Providing Dementia Care at Home  Not rated yet

As caregivers, we often use intuition to help us decide what to do. No one ever gave us lessons on how to relate to someone with memory loss. Unfortunately,

10 Tips for Providing Dementia Care at Home  Not rated yet

As caregivers, we often use intuition to help us decide what to do. No one ever gave us lessons on how to relate to someone with memory loss. Unfortunately,

TEN REQUESTS OF THE ALZHEIMER’S VICTIM Not rated yet

TEN REQUESTS OF THE ALZHEIMER’S VICTIM PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH ME Remember, I am the helpless victim of an organic brain disease which is out of my;

Dementia Care at Home Not rated yet

I am member of the Alzheimer’s group on yahoo. My mom has dementia and I take of her in my home. What state are you in? Could you enlighten me with ;

Music can do ‘incredible things’ for people with dementia star2star2star2star2star2

New research shows that singing may slow the progress of dementia. Singing For The Brain is a group of singers in Bristol made up of people with Alzheimer’s ;

Alzheimer’s and Exelon patches or pills? Not rated yet

Has anyone encountered this problem? With the excelon patch, we have had problems with both my dad and my FIL pulling it off, no matter where we placed ;

How to Communicate with a Person with Dementia/Alzheimer’s Dr. Kathy Johnson, PhD, CMC Not rated yet

It requires special techniques, patience and sensitivity to successfully communicate with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Here are a few ;

GPS system for Alzheimer’s Patients Not rated yet

Hi! I came across this and thought I would share. GPS tracking system unveiled for Alzheimer’s patients Web-based system sets up safety zone for Alzheimer’s ;

 

Other FREE forums Aging In Place Commentary Page

Caregiver Stress –Advice Needed From Those With Experience