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When Parents With Dementia Don't Realize They Need Help

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People With Dementia May Not Recognize Their Symptoms


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Care Partners Must Be Innovative in Their Approach


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Tread Carefully While You Determine What Care is Needed


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Don’t Just Assume It’s Dementia


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Remember That This is Your Parent or Grandparent


Senior mother and daughter.
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Put Yourself in Their Place


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Offer a Choice Whenever You Can


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See If Technology Can Help


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In-Home Support Can Work (Eventually)


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Age in Place or Assisted Living?


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The Take Away: Older Adults Deserve as Much Autonomy as Possible


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