Dec 09

5 frequently asked caregiver questions

By MD for Seniors

Your loved one may experience a change in mood and personality.

Finding out that your loved one has been diagnosed with dementia can be an overwhelming experience.

And although it may have been an easy decision to become the primary family caregiver, you’ll likely run into a number of situations where you feel uncertain about the next choice to make. Consider these tips from Rita Altman, senior vice president of Memory Care & Program Services at Sunrise:

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