When Dementia is in the House: Advice for Parents

When Dementia is in the House: Advice for Parents
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Parenting represents one of life's most challenging endeavors. If you manage this while fulfilling the myriad demands of a caregiver to a severely ill spouse, you need support. It's possible to let the emotional needs of your children, who may present themselves as quite independent, slip away in favor of fundamental safety, financial survival, or life and death decisions. But your children require even more of your attention and affection during this time. So this site, drawing on comments from children who care for loved ones with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), offers tips to help you navigate unfamiliar territory when everyone is relying on you.

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