Are you caring for someone who has dementia?

Guest post by Laura Wayman

Are you caring for someone who has dementia? If not, chances are you know someone who is. Caring for a loved one with dementia can be overwhelming, and many caregivers become frustrated when trying to communicate and connect with that person. In A Loving Approach to Dementia Care you will find tried and true methods for developing a care plan that fits your dementia care journey. Please watch this video to find out exactly why I wrote this book.

Few care providers are trained to meet the challenges of dementia. They need guidance to overcome caregiving obstacles and cultivate more meaningful relationships with loved ones who have dementia and memory loss. With respect, calmness, creativity, and love, I hope to help all caregivers do just that.

Laura Wayman holds an associate in arts degree in gerontology and is a certified Social Services Designee. She has over a decade of experience in and a strong dedication to quality aging. She is the resident dementia expert and grant writer for Seniors First, a nonprofit organization that helps seniors live independently; the CEO of The Dementia Whisperers; and a sought-after speaker on issues of aging.

The information provided in this blog post is not meant to substitute for medical advice or care provided by a physician, and testing and treatment should not be based solely on its contents. Instead, treatment must be developed in a dialogue between the individual and his or her physician. This post has been written to help with that dialogue. The services of a competent medical professional should be obtained whenever medical advice is needed.

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