Betsy Wurzel Host of Chatting with Betsy.  This topic is something that will be always discussed during the Holidays.  At the beginning of the journey of Dementia, they may not be any major changes in celebrating the holidays.  As time moves on with Dementia, subtle changes will be happening, such as your loved one may be getting confused as to the preparation for a family gathering for Thanksgiving.  Betsy talks about how she made changes to the celebration of Christmas and Hanukkah through the years, to make it easier for her husband Matt.  You will still be celebrating the holidays but perhaps it just may be a little different.  What really matters is to celebrate the wonderful times and wonderful memories for you and your family.

Listen to Betsy Wurzel talking about the holidays and some suggestions on making new holiday memories for your loved one with Dementia/Alzheimers. Click here to listen…

This blog was produced on 10/19 but we felt the blog could help current and new caregivers in handling

the holidays for your family.

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