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Stages / Behaviors

As Alzheimer's and other dementias progress, behaviors change — as does your role as caregiver. While changes in behavior can be challenging, we have resources to help you through each stage of the disease.

Support is available.

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Message Boards
Connect with caregivers going through similar experiences.

Care Team Calendar
Organize offers to help with caregiving using our online tool.

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Locate dementia resources, programs and services in your area.

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Top Five Tips

  • Try not to take behaviors personally.

  • Remain patient and calm.

  • Explore pain as a trigger.

  • Don't argue or try to convince.

  • Accept behaviors as a reality of the disease and try to work through it.


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