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How to Get Someone with Dementia to Eat: 8 Expert Tips [Infographic

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Barlavington Manor (http://www.barlavingtonmanor.co.uk/) is a family run, West Sussex Residential Care Home in Petworth, with Assisted Living, Dementia Unit and stunning views over the South Downs that can take you through all these experiences.

Barlavington Manor (http://www.barlavingtonmanor.co.uk/) is a family run, West Sussex Residential Care Home in Petworth, with Assisted Living, Dementia Unit and stunning views over the South Downs that can take you through all these experiences.

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from PositiveMed

5 Tips for Caregivers

So, you have opted to take care of your loved one with Alzheimer’s, or another debilitating disease, yourself. Very noble and loving, also very stressful. This poster shows some easy things to do to help manage stress, always remember, the caregiver needs loving care as well.

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Making Sense of Memory Loss Infographic. Information courtesy of the Alzheimer's Association @ www.alz.org. Making sense of memory loss. Comparing Symptoms of Alzheimer’s versus Memory Loss from Normal Aging. Click to see info graphic. #infographic

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Have you registered for this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's? Our first walk is this weekend! It's not too late to join the fight to END this terrible disease - www.alz.org/walk

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www.alz.org research video alzheimers_videos_and_media_diet.asp

To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms. #Alzheimer'sDementiaCaregiving

To recognize World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in September, CRE Salamanca created a highly visual infographic that captures the nature of repetitive symptoms and their impact on the lives of people living with dementia. Repetitive symptoms are often misunderstood and create frustration and exhaustion for clients and their family/professional caregivers. It is important to remember that people with dementia cannot control their symptoms. #Alzheimer'sDementiaCaregiving

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