Dealing with the Distance of Caregiving for Dementia

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How to deal with dementia from afar

Long-distance caregiving is not a recent phenomenon, but globalization and the pandemic have increased the number of people living out of care receivers’ households. This form of caregiving differs vastly from on-site family caregiving and requires additional help to support the physical, social, and contextual dimensions of the caregiving process. To help with these tasks, we have outlined 5 major ways you can improve your distant caregiving assistance:

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