My favorite Christmas memory has to do with a wrap-around skirt. I still own that skirt, and I love the memories that come to mind when I see it. Ask your loved one with dementia what their favorite Christmas memories are.
We all have "those people" in our world. They have a tendency to make our life difficult. The same is true for your loved one!
I'm listing what I'm thankful for. Won't you please send me an email stating what YOU are thankful for? email@example.com
Being prepared to offer good conversation is a great idea anytime you are gathering with people. It is especially important if your loved one has dementia.
It is a good idea to let family members know how your loved one has changed since their last visit. Preparing for the visit will make it more successful.
If you are expecting everything to be perfect for Thanksgiving, you will be disappointed. Don't expect that from your loved one, either.
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