Driving and Dementia from the family caregiver’s perspective

Driving and Dementia from the family caregiver’s perspective

Driving is one of the most challenging and emotionally charged aspects of dementia. While older individuals can drive safely, those with dementia generally cannot. Dementia gradually erodes key areas of function necessary for safe driving. These area include response times, judgement, problem solving skills, and sense of direction.

Dementia Caregiving and the Holidays

Dementia Caregiving and the Holidays

The holidays are often a special time for families, including meaningful traditions and get-togethers. When one family member has a diagnosis of dementia, caregivers question how to enjoy the season in a special way for everyone. But there are ways to adapt celebrations so that everyone is able to enjoy the holidays together. Consider these eight (8) tips by Dr. Rhonda Feldman.

The Stigma of Dementia and Its Impact on Caregivers – Part II

The Stigma of Dementia and Its Impact on Caregivers – Part II

In Part II, Dr. Feldman explores ways in which we can make small changes that will have a positive impact on stigma for the person with dementia and the family care partner. The more we learn about the symptoms of dementia, and the best ways to communicate with someone with dementia, the less we draw on incorrect assumptions.

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