Celebrating the Holidays with a Loved One Who Has Dementia

When a loved one has dementia, celebrating the holidays can be a challenge for everyone in the family. While the holiday season is meant to be a time of joy, having dementia can put a damper on the mood when feelings concern and guilt loom over. To help make celebrating the holidays more enjoyable, Visiting Angels Sarasota share some insight.

Adult daughter celebrating the holidays with elderly mother

One of the main points Visiting Angels makes is to allow your loved one to maintain their routine. Regular routines are what helps them find familiarity and comfort. The hustling and bustling of the holidays can throw anyone’s regular schedule out of loop, but it’s important to stick to your loved one’s routine as much as possible.

This is just one piece of insight that Visiting Angels provides. You can read the full article by visiting: https://www.visitingangels.com/sarasota/how-to-celebrate-the-holidays-when-dementia-is-in-the-picture-weekly-message_4144.