This change. That change. A few more changes. They all add up!
If you are thinking about your undies, you might need new ones. What about your loved one's with dementia? Are their undies comfy?
Would you ignore a sign that read "The Bridge Is Out"? Probably not. But in our caregiving journey, we often do just that!
Dark chocolate is good for your health, but have you tried cacao?
Are you thinking about what you are thinking about? It can have a big impact on your day!
Your loved one has on a shirt and a sweater and a jacket and a scarf, but it is 95 degrees outside. Why is that happening?
Your nose, eyes, and mouth are all important in your appetite. But what happens when dementia enters the picture?
Can you carry a tune in a bucket? That takes ZERO talent. It is very good for YOU and your person with dementia.
Green tea is one of the NEURO9 foods , as described by Dr. Dean Sherzai and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai. It is so good for you. My favorite is YOGI GRREN TEA KOMBUCHA. Here is a link to order it - https://amzn.to/3lmitYN