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​​Helping Your Loved One Who Is Staying Alone

​Here are some tips, prepared in handy PDF formats, for caregivers on how they can offer care to their loved ones who wish to continue staying in the community and enjoy their regular activities.​

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​​​​​​​​​Tips To Refer To

When Your Loved One Lives Alone

Persons with dementia in the early stage may choose to live alone so as to maintain their independence for as long as possible, or simply to remain in a familiar place. As the dementia progresses to moderate and advanced dementia, you may need to make alternate living arrangements.

Download here: When Your Loved One Lives Alone​

​When Relatives and Friends Visit

Sometimes your loved one may have forgotten who you are, and they may develop anxiety from trying to recall their memory. Here are some tips you can share with relatives and friends who visit your loved one.

Download here: When Relatives and Friends Visit​

Participating in Festivities

Festivities are typically a time for joy and celebration, but they might present as a stressful time for both caregivers and persons with dementia due to a disruption in their usual routine. Here are some practical tips on how you can make the time an enjoyable one for all family members.

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Employment for Persons with Young-Onset Dementia

Work plays a central role in our lives, providing fulfilment and personal development. For persons with dementia, there are many decisions to make about employment including whether or not to tell the employer, what changes could be made to the workplace and how long to continue working. Here are some considerations for people with young-onset dementia.

Download here: Employment for Persons with Young-Onset Dementia

Taking Public Transportation

Having an easily accessible transportation system enables persons with dementia to stay connected to their friends, families, and community. It also provides access to healthcare. This guide will share some advice on taking public transportation safely.

Download here: Taking Public Transportation

Preparing for a Visit to the Doctor

As a caregiver, you may findit helpful to keep ​a diary that keepstrack of signs and symptoms experienced by your loved one. Besides using it to note down your concerns, a diarywill also help the doctor in keeping track and administering a more tailored treatment plan. Learn about more useful tips here.

​Download here: Preparing for a Visi​​​t to the Doctor​

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