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When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, there’s no question that how we celebrate holidays will change. It can become more difficult to communicate our appreciation and love as dementia progresses, but there are ways to continue to make meaningful connections with our loved ones.
This Mother’s Day, use our gift guide for moms with dementia to show your mother that while the disease changes a lot of things, it won’t ever change your love for her.
10 Mother’s Day Gifts for Moms With Dementia
These 10 celebration and gift ideas are a great way to show Mom what she means to you. Read more
If you are an Alzheimer’s caregiver and you’re looking for a great way to celebrate Mother’s Day this year… look no further.
At Alzheimers.net, we’ve consulted with the experts to put together a healthy brunch menu that will really “wow” your mother and guests.
A Mother’s Day Brunch for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s
Before we share our healthy brunch menu with you, here are some tips on celebrating Mother’s Day with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease:
- Don’t expect perfection. In fact, the more you lower your expectations, the more enjoyable this Mother’s Day holiday will be.