Ease Your Fears and Embrace a Caring, Kind Approach to Looking After Your Loved One with Dementia
Has a parent or close family member been diagnosed with dementia, and you have no idea what happens next?
Are you worried about not having the knowledge you need to care for them properly and give them the quality of life they deserve?
Are you concerned about the impact that this could have on your own well-being as a caregiver?
Then keep reading…
There are an estimated 6.5 million people in the U.S. who suffer from dementia — a statistic that is only anticipated to increase as time goes on.
As their condition worsens, patients become increasingly unable to care for themselves and have to rely on someone else, usually a loved one, to look after them.
As a caregiver, it can be incredibly intimidating and often anxiety-inducing to have so many responsibilities, and challenges thrust upon you.
Especially for those without any experience, caring for a loved one with dementia can be overwhelming — you don’t want the guilt of making mistakes.
This comprehensive guide will ease your worries and reassure you about everything you need to know to take care of your loved one as they progress through the stages of dementia.
Learn tips and tricks from an experienced author who will take you through all the important stuff — from diagnosis to end-of-life care.
In this guide, you will discover:
● 7 types of dementia, including their causes and symptoms, to prepare yourself for what happens next
● A succinct and useful guide to the diagnostic process
● 7 ways to combat behavior issues of any type
● Physical and psychological changes that could happen — and what do to if these become a problem
● Problem-solving strategies to help you manage sundowning, hallucinations, delusions, aggression, apathy, and more
● Information on making mealtimes easier and tips to help them eat properly — learn what they should be consuming in their diet to stay healthy, including a quick reference guide for finger foods
● What (and what not!) to say to someone with dementia — avoid behavioral problems and conflicts by learning these tips early on
● Tips on looking after your own health — don’t neglect your well-being, as a caregiver, you need some TLC too!
● Advice on long-term care solutions so you can have everything planned in advance to make those transitions easier to manage
And much more.
You can still make a whole host of fantastic memories with your loved one. Make the best of your situation and give them the care they need to continue living a meaningful life.
If you want to be the best caregiver possible and give your loved one the quality of life they deserve after a dementia diagnosis, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.