Updated: May 16, 2022
" A plan is what, a schedule is when. It takes both a plan and a schedule to get things done. Peter Turla
It is very important for caregivers taking care of loved ones suffering from dementia to have a plan and a schedule. Honestly ask yourself these questions.
* Have you come up with a plan on how to provide care for your loved one in the home on a
* Is your loved one on a schedule?
* Is he/she involved in activities throughout the day?
* Are you having some difficulties addressing various behaviors?
* Are you trying to figure out ways to get your one to sleep?
* Are you extremely tired by the end of the day?
* Are you frustrated and stressed?
*Have you neglected your own health?
If you answered yes to a majority of these questions, then you need a plan and a schedule. Here are a few possible benefits of having a plan and a schedule:
* Enjoying some time to yourself
* Loved one will feel a sense of belonging
* Loved one will experience a better quality of life
* Loved one will have more consistency
* Loved one will thrive better
* You may feel a sense of accomplishment
* Helps you to stay on track and focused
***Always Remember: YOU CAN DO IT with a little help
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