(Tip # 7)

Look For Personal Comfort Zones

Contributed By: Community Director: Aly Alonso
Look For Personal Comfort Zones

The effects of dementia vary. Caregivers must learn to understand their loved one's comfort zones in diet, surroundings, engagement and activity. For example, some of our seniors have more self-confidence and less agitation when they do things on their own. So we support their solo activities. For others, it is the opposite. Activity Assistant Raquel's walking group looks forward to getting together to go outdoors and take daily strolls through our neighborhood.
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