Alzheimer's Disease

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month
November also is National Caregivers Month. Alzheimer’s disease continues to soar, and caregiving for those with this devastating disease is work like no other. It does not have a face until it is yours or someone you know. As a caregiver, you always put yourself last. But the best thing you can do for yourself is to stay physically and emotionally strong. How else are you going to be able to care for the person who means so much to you?
Creative Caregiving for Cognitive Disorders
This free Creative Caregiving Guide, is designed for family and professional caregivers of adults who live with Alzheimer’s disease and related cognitive disorders. It’s filled with short video lessons that guide users through hands-on learning experiences, from paintings, poetry, music, storytelling, to drama and dance exercises.
Alzheimer’s Association Virtual Support Groups for Caregivers
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual support groups for families and caregivers are available through the Alzheimer’s Association.  
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