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  • Writer's pictureBarbara Huelat

Introducing My Curated Dementia Resource for Caregivers

Caregivers, Are You Looking for Dementia Resources?

Are you wondering if there are books that can make your job a little easier? Do you need help finding home care or financial assistance? Are you concerned about what to do when your mom wanders out of the house at night or when your dad continually annoys the neighbors by yelling at their dog?



Caregivers, you are not alone. I've been in your shoes. The list of questions can get so long and overwhelming that you don't know where to turn.


To help you on your caregiving journey, I’ve put together a list of valuable resources. This resource page is FREE and designed to assist you in caring for someone with dementia. While we have curated a robust collection of tools and information, we know there are many more helpful resources out there waiting to be discovered. That’s where you come in!


What You'll Find in Our Dementia Resource Page:

1.     Top Tips for Caregiving: These concise tip sheets offer 10 key best practices across various caregiving needs, from technology interventions to managing caregiver guilt. Each sheet provides actionable strategies to empower caregivers, ensuring you can provide optimal care while prioritizing your own well-being. Explore these tips for clarity, comfort, and confidence on your caregiving journey.


2.     Books on Dementia: I've curated this collection with caregivers like you in mind, hoping that these books will provide comfort, encouragement, and guidance as you navigate the ups and downs of dementia caregiving. Whether you're seeking reassurance, practical tips, or simply a moment of solace, I believe you'll find something meaningful within these pages.


3.     Support Groups: These caregiver support groups offer a safe and supportive environment where you can connect with others who understand what you're going through. Whether you need a listening ear, practical advice, or simply a place to share your experiences, these groups are here to offer empathy, encouragement, and understanding.


4.     Organizations Dedicated to Helping Caregivers: These organizations specialize in various aspects of caregiving, including emotional support, education, financial assistance, respite care, and more. Whether you're seeking information, guidance, or practical assistance, these organizations are here to help lighten the load and provide valuable support along your caregiving journey.


Share Your Valuable Dementia Resources

We invite you to share any additional resources you've found valuable. Whether it’s a website, support group, or informational material, your input can make a difference. Together, we can expand this repository of knowledge and support, ensuring no caregiver faces dementia alone.

Please feel free to forward any resources you think should be included via email at bhuelat211@gmail.com. Your contributions will help us build a stronger, more comprehensive resource hub for caregivers everywhere.


Resources for Dementia Care
Dementia Care Resources

Thank you for being part of this supportive community. Let's make caregiving a bit easier, together.

 

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