By Paula Fielding |
July 11, 2013
Whether it is Alzheimer's disease or another form of memory loss, dementia is one of the hardest conditions for both the person with dementia and their families to cope with. Seeing a loved one in distress is extraordinarily stressful, and in many cases, it may be necessary for individuals to live within environments where more support can be given. However, even after you have helped your loved one to move into a residential care or nursing home, it can still be distressing when visiting.