AAJA Caregiving Contest Winner: “After the Music Stops"
Filmmaker Rick Quan produced "After the Music Stops,” a short film about Dorlie Fong caring for her 101-year-old mother with Alzheimer’s.
Which Word Would You Use to Describe Alzheimer’s?
Paula cares for her father, a Vietnam veteran and businessman with Alzheimer’s. Here’s how she would describe the disease.
What Special Challenges Do LGBTQ+ Couples Face With Alzheimer’s?
Katharine and Bonnie share the obstacles they’ve faced in caring for each other as a married lesbian couple.
#MyAlzRoadTrip: Thank You for Your Stories
Zach Jordan wraps up the #MyAlzRoadTrip with a message of hope. Go to MyAlzheimers.net to contribute your story.
Personal Stories from Millennial Family Caregivers
One of every four family caregivers is a millennial. AARP held a series of nationwide dinners to meet some of them and hear their stories.
Managing Incontinence: Episode 7
Managing Incontinence for Those With Difficulty Getting Out of Bed: It’s important to learn how to make an occupied bed, and how to transfer a person safely from a bed to a bedside commode.
Managing Incontinence: Episode 4
Seeking Emotional Support: Managing a Family Member’s Incontinence: For many caregivers, managing a family member’s incontinence is a source of stress. Here are suggestions on seeking emotional support to address it.
Managing Incontinence: Episode 5
How to Talk With Someone About Incontinence: Incontinence is a difficult topic to bring up, and this video addresses challenges caregivers may face when talking about incontinence with a family member or friend.
Managing Incontinence: Episode 6
Selecting Incontinence Products: Guidance on choosing urinary incontinence products.
Managing Incontinence: Episode 1
Managing Incontinence: How Family Caregivers Can Help
Managing Incontinence: Episode 2
Tips and suggestions for caregivers on how to best manage incontinence in a home setting.
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