November 16, 2019

Once a month, I'll answer your questions about dementia and care-giving here in my blog. If you've got a question, feel free to submit it. 

Question: My mom is 86, has had two strokes, and now has vascular dementia. Lately every time I see her, she says how she jus...

November 9, 2018

Self-care is a big ol' buzzword right now. Especially in the land of caregiving.

A lot of caregivers I've talked to feel frustrated by the idea of adding self-care to their routine, because it just feels like ONE. MORE. THING. for them to take care of.

And I 100% totally...

June 22, 2018

 If you've been a dementia caregiver for any length of time, then I don't have to convince you that it is one the hardest roads to walk. That it takes a heavy emotional and physical toll. Caregivers are 30 times more likely to be depressed than non-caregivers. Up to 40...

June 8, 2018

The grief experienced when someone you love has dementia is a unique type of grief. The person you love is still here, but you are already losing parts of them as the disease changes them, and those losses trigger grief.

Not only that, but it's a series of losses. It's...

April 20, 2018

When you’re in the trenches of caring for your loved one, feeling overwhelmed and stressed, being told to “take care of yourself” can feel like just one more thing that is out of reach, one more item to add to an overburdened to-do list, one more area to feel like mayb...

April 13, 2018

Ten Signs of Caregiver Stress - When have you pushed yourself too far? How do you know it's time for a break? Has caregiving taken a heavier toll than you know?

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