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What You Should to Avoid When Caregiving for Someone Living With Alzheimer's

ArgueSonArgue-iStock-476249342-2Most of us who have cared for someone living with dementia have tried our best to determine how best to provide that care. We research. We try putting ourselves in their place. We do our best to be patient because we understand that they can’t help their having the disease. Still, we are human and we make mistakes. While we shouldn’t wallow in guilt when we do make mistakes as a care partner, there are situations that we should try extra hard to avoid. Here are nine of them.

View the full slideshow on HealthCentral for more insight into what caregivers should avoid doing when they are providing care for someone who lives with dementia:

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