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Caregiving for Alzheimer's and Dementia: When to step in?

How to know when to step in





Introduction



If you are an aging parent's caregiver, you may wonder if it is time to step in and provide caregiving assistance. If so, you're not alone! As millions of baby boomers age, their children take on more responsibility as they take on their parents' caregiving needs. If your parent is unable to meet basic needs like eating and getting dressed in the morning without help from others or is showing signs of memory loss due to dementia (such as forgetting where they put things), this could be a sign that they need more help than just a meal delivered by Meals on Wheels once a week.

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