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Do I need a Companion?

Okay, you’ve always been pretty self sufficient and independent. Even as a child you may have been the child who wanted to do things all on your own. Life has been good and you feel good about your achievements, whatever they might be.

However, as hard as it is to admit, lately you’ve been noticing that chores and duties that used to be a snap are becoming a bit, shall we say, challenging? That sure isn’t a welcome thought, but it’s the truth. You even thought recently (perish the thought) that you might appreciate a little assistance with a few things. There’s really no shame to this at all. You might need what many call a senior companion. If you’re extra blessed, your son, daughter, and grandchild might be there to help. If not, there are senior companions who one pays to assist for a few hours each week.

  1. Communicating with Dementia

    Posted By: sscherer on November 17 2017, 4:05 PM

    Common Obstacles in Communicating Indecision—when presented with too many options, the person with dementia may find it difficult to make a decision. Simplify the decision by offering no more than two options and try to ask more “yes” or “no” questions. Lack of Focus—people afflicted with dementia have a hard time focusing their attention on […]

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