How to Plan and Adapt Activities to Engage a Loved One who has Alzheimer’s DiseasePosté le August 26, 2015 par Ressources Soins Aînés Québec en Alzheimer / Perte de mémoire, Bénévolat, Blog - English, Éducation, Éducation aux Aidants, Gestion des soins gériatriques, Soins pour la Démence
When someone we love has Alzheimer’s disease we want to do anything to provide the support and love that he or she needs and deserves. At the same time, watching someone with this disease takes its toll on a caregiver who can sometimes feel stuck. This week’s guest, Judith Levy occupational therapist and author of Activities to Do with Your Parent Who Has Alzheimer’s Dementia discusses symptoms related to the varied stages of Dementia and how to adapt activities to help maintain your loved one’s self-care skills, mobility, and socialization. These tasks encourage success and feelings of self-worth for your loved one AND for the caregiver.
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Here is the link for the application.
Special Thank’s to : Stephanie Erickson, Director of Erickson Resource Group