You being many labels, one of which is a person living with dementia during COVID-19. We’ll explore how you might be tapping into your cognitive reserves, resilience reservoirs and strength systems and what you can do, or how you can be, to feel a sense of settledness and balance in your world. Continue reading Living Well with Dementia During COVID-19
While we’re still awaiting the return of community programs like Alzheimer’s cafés, memory loss choirs or dementia-friendly walking groups, a robust world of virtual dementia-friendly programs has emerged. Continue reading Dementia-Friendly Activities – Virtually!
For individuals and families facing dementia, the need to observe social distancing is critically important to their health and safety. But social distancing should not lead to social isolation. No one should face these uncertain times alone. The Alzheimer’s Association Washington State Chapter is encouraging the community to lend a helping hand. Below are six things people can do to help dementia caregivers and their … Continue reading 6 Ways to Help a Dementia Caregiver Through COVID-19