10 Signs of Caregiver Stress

The Alzheimer’s care journey requires a team or village approach. We cannot care for our loved ones by ourselves. The stress of day-to-day care, watching your loved one’s health deteriorate, and having to make difficult decisions about long-term care can leave anyone feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. No matter how strong and resilient you are, you’re still likely to have problems with certain aspects of Alzheimer’s or dementia care. Recognizing the signs of caregiver stress and burnout is the first step to dealing with the problem. If you experience any of these signs of stress on a regular basis, contact me and consider attending my monthly Friends and Family Support Group. The warning s

You may need a consultation with Dr. Mahakian if...

You need to learn about the best care options for your loved one that includes memory care communities, assisted living, or home care. Learn more about local and state-wide resources. Your family needs education and/or direction in dealing with behaviors associated with dementia. Your family has just become involved with helping the individual and needs direction about available services. The person you are caring for has multiple medical or psychological issues. The person you are caring for is unable to live safely in his/her current environment and they are resistant to care. Your family is either “burned out” or confused about care solutions. Your family has a limited time and/or experti

Upcoming Event: Understanding the Dementia Journey @ Silverado

Understanding the Dementia Journey This presentation by Dr. Jane Mahakian, Ph.D. and Vic Mazmanian will help you understand how dementia progresses, the caregiver’s role, and much more! Where: Silverado Beach Cities 514 N. Prospect Avenue Redondo Beach, CA 90277 When: January 27th, 10:30AM – 12:30PM To RSVP: (310) 896-3100 or lglover@silveradocare.com

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