In case you missed the kick-off to BFSG’s Fall Webinar Series, “Ask the Alzheimer’s Expert”, don’t fret because you can watch the OnDemand replay by clicking here.
Dr. Grill, Director of UCI MIND, discusses the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, ways to reduce your risk, and how to prepare for the financial and emotional risks
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Few things are more difficult to watch than a loved one suffer from memory impairment and watch them slowly drift away. During this time emotions are raw, and it is imperative we show compassion to those that are dealing with memory impairment.
Things You Should Not Do:
Things You Should Do:
Some Good Examples:
Please do not try to do this alone and know that we are here for you and there are excellent resources out there. Be patient and kind at all times and do not be afraid to leave the room if you are afraid you will not handle the situation well. Ethical dilemmas may come up like them mentioning a dead family member being alive and it is ok to not remind them the person passed away as it will cause more emotional damage to them. Losing a loved one once is tough enough and it can be difficult for them to go through those emotions again.
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