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Help! He Changes His Clothes Multiple Times A Day!

A common complaint A person with dementia dresses and undresses multiple times a day.  Wardrobe changes are a relatively harmless behavior challenge, although they are certainly a time-consuming frustration for the caregiver. Let’s analyze the behavior and break it down ...

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Are You A High Striker?

  If you are a caregiver to anybody- an infant, a child, a spouse, a parent- you have probably felt inadequate and incompetent at times. Perhaps you have fallen victim to the misconception that caregivers should always be good at ...

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Driving and Dementia

*** This post comes to you courtesy of someone who is highly familiar and experienced with the difficult subject of driving and dementia.  Her name is Meredith Lyons, OTR/L, DRT… and she is awesome. *** The Bad Guy No one wants ...

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