5 Ways to Prioritize Mental Health in Dementia Care

Seek support

Reaching out to our caregivers and sharing our diagnosis can be a difficult experience. The right company can not only support you but also prove to be beneficial and reinforce healing. 

Caregivers can also join support groups and access mental health resources such as talk therapy to process their feelings.

Avoiding Overstimulation

Creating a safe environment that accommodates the behaviors of the person with dementia must be the utmost priority. 

One can avoid surrounding noise or uncomfortable spaces to make sure that the person feels cared for.

Revive the brain

Mental exercises like puzzles can keep the brain active and prevent further decline. Consulting a doctor during that time can be helpful to find out which exercises are more important than others.

While dementia might feel like a life-altering experience, one can focus on maintaining a positive attitude and remaining strong in the face of the situation. It is possible to lead a meaningful life with dementia and at Custom Care Solutions, we want to support you the best we can in that process. You can access free resources on our website and reach out to our professionals anytime.

From our team to yours, we keep you in our thoughts, prayers, and hearts and we are thankful for each of you. May blessings be yours this Christmas.

Merry Christmas!

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