Having good health is one of the top priorities for all of us living in a 55+ community. Unfortunately, many of us are dealing with various diseases. Being a caregiver for a loved one who has dementia is not for the faint of heart. Caregivers need support, and if you find yourself in a place of having to give more and more of yourself to a loved one’s care due to dementia or cognitive decline, please reach out. Caregiving can be a lonely, daunting task, but you are not alone.
We all need community. We want to preserve both the dignity of the ones who have dementia and respect the confidentiality of the caregiver. As caring partners, we want to do the best for our spouse/partner and for ourselves. You can call Donna at 425-423-9571 to learn more about seeking support and meeting others who may understand what you are experiencing in the daily life of loving someone who has dementia.