"Alzheimer's and Dementia care takes patience and can be stressful even to the most dedicated family members."
Currently, there is no cure for Alzheimer's or Dementia, but drug and non-drug treatments may help with both cognitive and behavioral symptoms. Although current drugs cannot alter the progressive loss of cells, they may help minimize or stabilize symptoms. These medications may also delay the need for nursing home care.
MyPROTM Medical Health Records Organizer helps Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers keep a documented record of doctor visits, medications and other treatments. Maintaining a medical history for someone with Alzheimer's can be critical to ensuring effective care. Additionally, it helps simplify the stress put on the caregiver by organizing information in an easy to manage, easy to reference format.
"If you are caring for someone with Alzheimer's, you will encounter situations that task you at every level - physically, mentally and emotionally."
One of the best places for people with Alzheimer's to be cared for is at home, surrounded by the people who love them. However, Alzheimer's causes stress on both the person who is sick and on you as you care for them. Caring for someone with Alzheimer's is a serious responsibility and can be exhausting.
The MyPROTM Medical Health Records Organizer can help you by simplifying all of the information regarding the care of your loved one to make your caregiver job a little easier.
- Have your loved one's complete medical history at your fingertips in case of an emergency
- Have one easy to find location to store the names, times and dosages, and side effects of the medications they may be taking
- Maintain control and avoid caregiver burnout by effectively planning and organizing your loved one's care.
It is essential for Alzheimer's caregivers to have a support resource for the other mental disturbances resulting from the disease. Common feelings during Alzheimer's care are anger, guilt, frustration, discouragement, worry, grief and social isolation. To help manage stress, caregivers should:
- Get help from family, friends and experts
- Take care of their own health - mental and physical
- Educate themselves on the disease
- Rest and recharge
You understand the importance of organizing your medical records so let us help you make it a reality.
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