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How to Deal With Embarrassment When Your Loved One Has Dementia

A caregiving guide for navigating around delicate situations with dementia: 

EmbarrassedCaregiveriStock-174851644Dear Candid Caregiver: My dad enjoys going to the park and watching kids play. Since I try hard to give him the best life he can have considering that he has Alzheimer’s disease, I find this a positive experience. The problem is that there are times when Dad is glaringly inappropriate and I don’t know how to handle these moments. As an example, last week, he saw a child in the park dipping his toes in a pond.  

Read the full article on HealthCentral a caregiver and her embarrassing moment with her dad who lives with Alzheimer's:

*By Carol Bradley Bursack as The Candid Caregiver

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