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No one can be fully prepared for the challenges of Alzheimer’s caregiving, but there are ways that we can better prepare caregivers for the demands the disease brings. That’s why one organization is encouraging caregivers to participate in “Caregiver Education Days.”How "Caregiver Education Days" Could Help Families Address Alzheimer’s

Learn more about how Caregiver Education Days can help caregivers prepare for the challenges that come with caring and loving someone with Alzheimer’s.

A Lack of Caregiver Education

As the Alzheimer’s epidemic grows, so does the need for more caregiving training. In the past five years, caregivers’ demand for more information has increased from 73% to 84%, Read more

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A recent report, published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, describes how caring for a person with dementia affects the caregiver, as well as the impact that supporting caregivers — through interventions like education and training — has on both caregivers and care recipients.Study Shows the Effectiveness of Supportive Care Approaches for Dementia

Read more about these supportive care approaches and the impact they have on dementia.

How Caregiving Affects Dementia Caregivers

According to a study conducted by Schulz & Martire, over 50% of the care provided for people with dementia is done so by family members and friends. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association reports that unpaid Read more

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