Caring for an aging loved one with dementia is not easy. Learn how to provide care while dealing with the physical and emotional challenges of being a caregiver.
A diagnosis of dementia can affect every family member, especially the family member who steps in to act as the primary caregiver. In today’s struggling economy, most people do not have the resources to hire a qualified nurse or health aide to provide full-time care. Instead, a trusted family member may step in to try to provide the help that someone suffering from dementia needs.