The holidays can be an amazing time for fun with friends and family. However, it can also bring stress. If you’re caring for someone with
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No one wants to make the choice to seek memory care, but the decision is often necessary for both you and the one you love.
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Are you experiencing caregiver burnout?
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or another type of dementia can be an emotional and exhausting experience. We can help. Our e-book dives into the signs of burnout and covers options for relief like caregiver support groups, home health care, and respite or day stays.
Helpful, free educational events.
CountryHouse, in partnership with our parent company, Agemark Senior Living, and sister communities across the country, often hold free educational events either in-person or online. With a large team of dementia-care experts, we’re happy to help caregivers by sharing advice and best practices. Click the buttons below to view recordings of our past events. Please note that some videos contain sensitive topic content that may not be appropriate for a younger viewing audience.
Presenter Tessa Johnson, Executive Director of CountryHouse in Dickinson, ND, shares real and relevant advice to help all caregivers and answers even your most uncomfortable questions.
Marcia Houchin, National Director of Life Enrichment with Agemark Senior Living, discusses the benefits of a daily routine for those who live with dementia. She also gives great ideas for activities for loved ones.
Kelly Hranac, Executive Director at CountryHouse in Grand Island, gives helpful advice for those who are in a primary caregiving role for someone with dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.
Executive Director Shelly Otten of CountryHouse in Council Bluffs presents information to help you determine the right time to consider memory care for your loved one.