Lisa explains Dr. Kernisan’s definitions and symptoms of what to look for when symptoms of psychosis are occurring in our loved ones, some of the causes, and what you can do if you see this happening.
Betsy, Lisa, and Lillian also discussed the importance of prearrangements, living wills, honoring our loved one’s wishes, and Power of Attorney for Medical and Financial affairs. This information is extremely important to know. No one will to you in behave of your loved…
11 key factors that can contribute to a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and measures one can take to lower their risk. The study also revealed that the study results have allowed scientists to develop a tool that can predict whether someone…
There are many free downloads available to help the Caregiver such as Caregiver Mind Shift, The Caregiver Resilience Model, The Emotions Worksheet, and Caregiver Development.
Not only does Lisa identify possible triggers, but also discusses key tips and strategies for responding to these unexpected behavioral changes.
In Lisa’s What’s News segment, shares the details of the recent announcement that the US will be launching a trial payment program for care providers of dementia patients in 2024.
Lisa will provide you with a list of many of the most challenging behaviors that caregivers have identified in their role and explain why understanding and recognizing these behaviors is the first step to help alleviate the caregiving burden.
Rayna discussed how important self-care is for the caregiver, and how important it is for the caregiver to check in on themselves by asking the following questions, How am I doing? What’s going well?
Betsy has a poem: Grief is like clothing. Sometimes it is heavy like a coat and sometimes light like a sweater. Grief is always there because we wear it all the time!
Please Help us help the Caregiver. The New Caregivers need help! Call To Action: What are your stories that you want to share that may help New Caregivers in their journey of Caregiving? Lillian Cauldwell would like the audience to participate by texting…