Category: Dementia Care

Best Care Homes For Dementia Treatment In UK

A person with dementia needs more care and support as their symptoms get worse over time. This may mean that moving into a nursing home may better meet your needs. If you have helped someone with dementia live alone or are a caregiver, this can be a difficult decision. But it’s important to remember that […]
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Caring for an Elderly Person with Dementia

In order to provide the patient with adequate support and care, family members should educate themselves about the condition and have a positive and optimistic outlook, which helps you as an immediate caregiver to exercise a sense of control.  According to the Mayo Clinic (2019), caring for an elderly person with dementia changes as the […]
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What You Should Know about Dementia

Dementia according to the WHO, is a syndrome, wherein the individual afflicted with the condition undergoes a progressive deterioration of their cognitive functions which primarily includes the inability to process thought. It is worrisome because a person with dementia experiences a loss of their mental functions at a faster pace than expected along with the […]
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My Experience with a Dementia Client

As a caregiver, I decided to set a positive mood for interaction and while interacting with the client I always made sure that there was a convergence between non-verbal and verbal cues. I always talked to the patient in a pleasant and respectful manner and always reiterated that it was a pleasure to be taking […]
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Reflection on Dementia Care

Dementia is understood, acknowledged, and treated on the basis of varied social, economic, organizational, and cultural perspectives. The coping mechanisms employed by an individual and the support received from the environment reflect these varied perspectives (Yumoto et al.,2019).  Patients living with dementia have unique and varied levels of needs, due to the distinct nature and […]
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Dementia Care: Symptoms and Effects

Dementia Care: Symptoms and Effects

Around 50 million people have dementia worldwide, with nearly 60% living in low-and middle-income countries. Every year, there are nearly 10 million new cases. The estimated proportion of the general population aged 60 and over with dementia at a given time is between 5-8%. The treatment for dementia is primarily supportive as there are no […]
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