Our approach complements your caregiving skills with a support program that gives you direct phone access to specially trained nurses. These nurses know that caregivers like you play a crucial role in the lives of people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease. While being a caregiver can be a rewarding experience, it can also be a difficult one. You need to have an incredible amount of understanding and patience. Your efforts help make the life of your loved one as comfortable as possible. That's why it's important that you take time off for yourself to stay mentally fit and ready to face the challenges.
Exercising, eating healthy, and even socializing with friends are good for your overall well-being. Even just taking a few minutes each day to close your eyes and take a deep breath can be soothing.
Caring for your loved one is a big challenge in itself, so it's important to remind yourself that you are doing everything you can. In this section, you'll find helpful tips for every aspect of caring for someone with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease.