Managing caring challenges
Over time, dementia can cause the person you care for to start behaving in challenging ways. From problems with sleeping and recognising faces to repetitiveness, delusions and even aggression, these kinds of behaviours can be upsetting to deal with. You’ve probably never had to deal with this kind of problem before, and it can feel like you’ve lost the person you care for.
This section is full of practical tips on how to respond to these situations. These tips come from other carers’ experiences of what has worked for them in the past. You might find your own solution.