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post titled: How to Respond More Positively During Surprising Events in Dementia Care

By Valerie FeurichSeptember 23rd, 2021

post titled: How to Respond More Positively During Surprising Events in Dementia Care

post titled: 5 Tips for Helping a Person Living with Dementia Understand the Need to Move to a Care Community

By Valerie FeurichAugust 30th, 2021

post titled: 5 Tips for Helping a Person Living with Dementia Understand the Need to Move to a Care Community

post titled: How to Help a Person Continue to Feel Competent As Their Dementia Progresses

By Valerie FeurichAugust 26th, 2021

post titled: How to Help a Person Continue to Feel Competent As Their Dementia Progresses

post titled: Why People Living with Dementia Use Forbidden Words, and What You Can Do About It

By Dan BulgarelliAugust 18th, 2021

post titled: Why People Living with Dementia Use Forbidden Words, and What You Can Do About It

post titled: 5 Tips to Get a Person Living with Dementia to Consider Making Major Life Changes

By Valerie FeurichJuly 29th, 2021

post titled: 5 Tips to Get a Person Living with Dementia to Consider Making Major Life Changes

post titled: Dementia Care – How to Interact When a Person’s Abilities Are Different Every Day

By Polly LoganJune 22nd, 2021

post titled: Dementia Care – How to Interact When a Person’s Abilities Are Different Every Day

post titled: What Do I Do Now? 8 Tips on How to Keep Your Spouse Engaged When Dementia is Present

By Dan BulgarelliJune 9th, 2021

post titled: What Do I Do Now? 8 Tips on How to Keep Your Spouse Engaged When Dementia is Present

post titled: 5 Things to Never Do to a Veteran Living with Dementia (and What to Do Instead)

By Valerie FeurichMay 20th, 2021

post titled: 5 Things to Never Do to a Veteran Living with Dementia (and What to Do Instead)

post titled: 5 Strategies Effective Dementia Caregivers Use During Challenging Situations

By Valerie FeurichMay 5th, 2021

post titled: 5 Strategies Effective Dementia Caregivers Use During Challenging Situations