Tips For Caregiver's
People with Alzheimer's disease frequently become more disoriented after dark or when waking. Leaving a night-light on in the bedroom may be helpful.
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Last week, I just started the fifth class in my MBA program (almost 33.3% complete). It is pretty demanding. I find myself coming home from work, cooking dinner which includes eating and chatting with hubby and kids, starting homework to finish the team assignments on time. I strongly dislike team assignments! Once completed, the hubby needs attention, which I gratefully love to give. But... I have not spent anytime with grandma and the night is over.
I cannot spend six weeks (class duration) without allotting quality time to grandma. How do I manage this? Not only will Muddear have forgotten again who I am, I am also afraid that we may experience another repeat of the confusion prior to her fall. Remember? The 3 to 4 week period when Muddear fussed at me almost daily for impersonating the owner of my home and having an affair with my husband.
So, I ask again... How do I manage this better?