November 16, 2019
Dr. Lisa K. Baker
Choosing the perfect gift can leave you racking your brain for that item that won't just get stuffed in a closet. When a loved one has dementia or Alzheimer's, it can present an extra challenge.
First you want to consider what your loved one's currently ability level is...
November 13, 2019
Today I'm going to try something new and share my thoughts with you in a video instead. If you'd rather read, I'll also summarize my thoughts down below. I hope this is helpful for you!
As someone's brain deteriorates as a result of dementia, it very often creates new c...
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...
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Dementia Communication: Redirection 101
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Dementia Communication: Letting Go of Logic & Reasoning
Self-Care for the Totally Overwhelmed
Counseling Benefits Both Dementia Caregivers and Those They Care For
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When Someone with Dementia Gets Mean
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The Rolling Grief of Dementia: Grieving Someone Who Is Still Here
June 8, 2018
Ask Dr. Lisa: Power Struggles in Dementia
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