Taking care of yourself is one of the most important things you can do as a caregiver. We encourage you to make sure you have quiet time and take part in something you enjoy. Protect your own emotional and physical health. You may be busy caring for the person with Alzheimer's and don’t take time to think about your emotional health, but you need to. Caring for a person with Alzheimer's takes a lot of time and effort. Your job as caregiver can become even harder when the person you’re caring for gets upset with you or forgets who you are. Sometimes you may feel really discouraged, frustrated and confused. We believe in placing seniors above all else and understand that true happiness lies in self-determination. That is why every effort is made to get to know our seniors on a personal level and provide them with the environment necessary that balances independence and quality care.

Some of the activities that can help reduce stress include:


green_arrowTalking with friends and family.

green_arrowGetting fresh air and daily exercise.

green_arrowListening to music.

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