Jun 02

How caregivers can maintain their social ties

By MD for Seniors

When you become a caregiver for an older loved one, it may be harder to maintain the same social ties you had before.

When you become the caregiver for an older loved one with Alzheimer’s, a lot of things in your life may start to change.

You have a new set of important responsibilities – you’re likely doing more cleaning and more meal prep to accommodate the needs of having another person in your home. You might be dispensing medications that require a strict schedule, need to drive your loved one to doctors’ appointments and take them to run errands they can no longer do alone. Some of these tasks may even take longer than they used to as the physical limitations …read more

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