#1 reason that ROUTINE is going to save you a lot of dementia-related drama

Routine. It’s about what you do regularly, probably every day, even if you aren’t consciously thinking about it.  Routine is essential when you’re caring for someone with dementia. Not only is it just about what you do, it’s about what they used to do. What does that mean?  It means that we need to relyContinue reading “#1 reason that ROUTINE is going to save you a lot of dementia-related drama”

“Her memory is terrible, but she doesn’t have dementia” and other statements by people in denial

“Well, mom probably forgot to call you back. I told her to do it, but her memory is just terrible,” Megan’s daughter said. “She doesn’t have dementia, though.” What! Of COURSE mom has dementia. This was later confirmed when I met Megan and found that, indeed, her memory and decision-making skills were quite lacking. She wasContinue reading ““Her memory is terrible, but she doesn’t have dementia” and other statements by people in denial”

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