Caring for a person with dementia symptoms is unlike caring for someone with any other condition or disability, due to the complex, unpredictable and progressive nature of the many causes of dementia.
Most caregivers find it very difficult to access help and support and many struggle to take time out from their caring commitments to properly care for themselves. Research shows that more than half of dementia caregivers experience feelings of guilt when seeking support and say they feel like they are putting their needs before the person they are caring for. It takes a village to care for someone with dementia-let me help you build your village!
The Dementia Whisperer invites any caregiver-professional, family or community, currently providing care for a loved one, client or resident with dementia- those of you whom are experiencing the emotional pressures of caring- to call The Dementia Whisperer Live at 1-929-477-1393.
IT IS REALLY THAT EASY to gain access to compassionate and specialized assistance, individually tailored to your needs as a caregiver whom may well be experiencing stress and anxiety as a result of your caregiving role.
With an aging population and more people finding themselves in caring roles, this live call-in show is an accessible form of non-judgemental online support and promises to provide you, the caregiver, with a pervasive positive impact.
ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PICK UP THE PHONE AND CALL.
Join us today and speak with The Dementia Whisperer, her esteemed co-host, Scott Cluthe along with knowledgeable guests-all whom are "dementia-aware" care providers to answer your questions, provide care resources, relatable advice and help guide you on your dementia care journey.