Dementia is a disease that is growing at alarming rates. It is a cruel disease that doesn’t just impact the one diagnosed—it impacts the whole family. It can at times be very frustrating to be a caregiver because out of love you want to take care of your loved one, but they are no longer the same person that you have loved and cherished all these preceding years. In today’s post, we are continuing an interview with a caregiver whose wife was diagnosed with dementia. Today we’re discussing ways of decreasing a caregiver’s frustration. [more]
In today’s post, I’m interviewing the husband caregiver of a wife with dementia. He shares about getting additional support.
In today’s Ask Dr. B, a concerned mom asks for advice on managing her son’s behavioral outbursts.
A reader on today’s Ask Dr. B fears that a school evaluation of her child will lead to a diagnosis that will label her child.
In today’s post, I’m interviewing the husband caregiver whose wife has dementia. He shares signs and symptoms that led them to seek medical attention.