Diabetes care can be challenging, but with the right knowledge and tools, caregivers can help their loved ones have a healthy and fulfilling life.
What follows are caregiver stress signs to watch for – along with preventative steps you can take – so you can continue to honor your loved one’s wishes and provide them with the nurturing they deserve.
As an in-home caregiver, helping someone with dementia and sundown syndrome live out the remainder of their life with dignity takes special training. Using these sundowning care tips will help ensure your client stays safe and comfortable even on the most overcast days.
Memory loss impacts how one thinks, feels, and acts, and is often accompanied by challenging behaviors like confusion, wandering, or agitation. Educating yourself about memory loss and developing strategies for coping are important steps towards making you feel more confident in your role as a caregiver.