Dementia care is not black and white. It’s an artform that takes practice and education to improve.
We’re BACK for Season 4!
This podcast is for anyone who knows an individual living with dementia. You’ll get tangible, accessible tips and techniques to solve your biggest dementia challenges. Through storytelling, humor, and real-life experience, you’ll gain important insights into dementia care communication.
Hey guys, this is our last episode of season 4! Thank you for joining me on this journey. “Wanting to go home” is a really
I had many people reaching out to me on Instagram asking about their loved ones doing different kinds of annoying things. The bottom line is,
I hear this one a lot. This is typically indicative of someone advancing in their dementia. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the person is in
I hear some versions of this question pretty frequently. Having a spouse living with dementia is completely different from having a parent with dementia. The
Incontinence is actually a big reason why a care partner may choose to initiate a move to dementia care. Aside from the fact that it’s
What’s the difference between lying and Embracing their Reality? I keep hearing people using this phrase incorrectly. There are a lot of people who consider
As you probably know by now, you are not going to be able to convince the person living with dementia that they are no longer
“What if at some point I say something that completely confuses the person living with dementia? Should I really do this Embracing their reality thing,
This is a great question! But, unfortunately, this is a question that most caregivers don’t ask until they are deeply burned out. Sometimes people don’t
16 Things I Would Want If I Got Dementia
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I wrote this poem years ago, but to date, it’s the most popular piece I’ve ever created.