Building your support network
If you have a family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease everyone who is close to them is likely to be upset. The future can look quite scary, especially if find it difficult to imagine what it will be like to find someone so close and loving doesn’t even know who you are any longer.
Until you’ve been through the experience it’s hard to see what you can possibly do that will make things easier for everyone. That’s where a consultation for all the people who are close to the patient makes a real difference.
It’s an opportunity to ask questions and discuss strategies with someone who has been through the experience themselves. Find out:
- What to expect as the disease progresses and what you can do to improve the situation for yourselves and your loved one.
- How to get the information you need from your doctor and health-care professionals who will be looking after the case.
- What kind of decisions you’ll be faced with at different stages of the disease and how to make the right ones for your loved one and family.
- How to deal with the emotional stress and how you can support each other effectively with coping strategies.
If you are ready to take the steps that will make things better for the whole family.
Please call Jane on 07801 287 213 or
contact us by email for more information.