Many people with Alzheimer’s receive daily assistance and care from family members, partners, or close friends. According to the Trusted SourceCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source, around 63% of people whose loved ones have Alzheimer’s disease can expect to provide care for 5 years or longer.
If you are a caregiver, this can take a toll on your well-being.
This article identifies 12 tips to help people care for someone with Alzheimer’s, how to care for yourself, and when to seek professional help.
Read the entire article HERE for more detailed information.
This information provided courtesy of Medical News Today.