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A Simple Way to Ease the Stress of Dementia Care

TEEPA VIDEO:

THE STRESS of dementia on caregivers is unique. See Teepa Snow shine her special light on what to do about the stress.


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June 18, 2014 2:56 pm

That was an eye opener and hit close to home—right on target, actually. thank you!!!!!

PALady
PALady
June 19, 2014 4:21 pm

"We talked about that." Oh, how many times have I said that? I am trying to only tell him (husband) just before we are to do anything or go anywhere so he doesn't have time to argue and just says, "OK." It works better and I'm not stressed and he is able to be 'in the minute' and accept that things are getting taken caer of by me. Thanks for the reminder that we remember, not them.

Anonymous
Anonymous
February 23, 2018 1:09 pm

Thanks for sharing the video. I am sure it can help many family caregivers learn about the details of seniors with dementia and how to properly handle their everyday activities.

About me: My name is John Doe, & I'm a writer at Home Care Assistance of Cleveland.

Anonymous
Anonymous
May 11, 2022 11:24 am

I am a dementia caregiver to my husband; I wrote "Boosting Joy: In The Grips of My Alzheimer’s Caregiver Journey" to educate, inform, and encourage others. http://www.eunicelsykes.com

Anonymous
Anonymous
June 15, 2022 5:47 pm

With Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia so prevalent, every one of us should familiarize themselves with the teachings of Teepa Snow, as it's a great possibility that we'll need the information sooner or later. This article provides some additional helpful information on recognizing the signs of dementia and how to get the help you need: http://allcarelivingservices.com/recognizing-the-symptoms-of-dementia/

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