Age alone does not cause sleep problems. Disturbed sleep, waking up tired every day and other symptoms of insomnia are not a normal part of aging. Instead, poor sleep habits, untreated sleep disorders, medications or medical problems can contribute to sleeplessness.
When the caregiver can no longer cope with the physical and mental demands of caregiving, he or she should first consider support services.
Dementia is the progressive deterioration in cognitive function — the ability to process thought (intelligence).
Caregiving is such a small and innocent word for such a large and often stressful job.
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Both family and paid caregivers may overlook various barriers to effective communication with impaired older adults and consequently misinterpret verbal and behavioral messages.