Caregiving for a person with Alzheimer’s can be a challenging experience.
By involving them, caregivers can help preserve their cognitive abilities and promote a sense of purpose, as they are actively participating in their own care.
By excluding them from the caregiving process, caregivers may unintentionally contribute to the person’s feelings of confusion and frustration.
As Alzheimer’s Educators our mission is to give you the skills, tools, and knowledge to be a caregiver with those you are caring for. Contact us today in order to learn more about what working together can look like.
Rayna Neises understands the joys and challenges that come from a season of caring. She helped care for both of her parents during their separate battles with Alzheimer’s over a thirty-year span. She is able to look back on those days now with no regrets – and she wishes the same for every woman caring for aging parents.
To help others through this challenging season of life, Rayna has written No Regrets: Hope for Your Caregiving Season, a book filled with her own heart-warming stories and practical suggestions for journeying through a caregiving season. Rayna is an ICF Associate Certified Coach with certifications in both Life and Leadership Coaching from the Professional Christian Coaching Institute.