When the Caregiver Has a Chronic Condition
Father’s Day As a Caregiver: Remembering Dad Before Dementia

A Parent with Both Dementia and the Inevitable Incontinence Can Be Hard On the Relationship

FatherDaughter_iStock-627674742Inviting an aging parent who is living with dementia to live with you is a generous gesture. Making the effort to understand how to communicated and help someone living with dementia takes dedication. Add incontinence that this person has no understanding of and your caregiving efforts just become more complex. 

Read more on Egosancares blog about this adult daughter and her effort to protect her home from too much damage which she lovingly (but with a certain amount of frustration) takes care of him:

Minding Our Elders: Caregivers Share Their Personal Stories. “I hold onto your book as a life preserver and am reading it slowly on purpose...I don't want it to end.” ...Craig William Dayton, Film Composer

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