Activities for Someone With Alzheimer's
People with Alzheimer's or other dementias ultimately become unable to plan their time. They need others to plan and lead meaningful activities for them. Staying engaged boosts their self-esteem and enjoyment, and it adds stimulation and structure to the day. Activities need not be special events -- many everyday chores and hobbies work perfectly.
A guide to adult daycare for someone with Alzheimer's. Is adult daycare different from a senior center? Are they tailored to people with Alzheimer's?
Don't let your loved one get prematurely sidelined from daily life -- here's what to do.
A list of suggested activities that let people with Alzheimer's or dementia feel productive and happy, including housework, arts, and handiwork.
More About Activities for Someone With Alzheimer's
- A Step-by-Step Guide to Adult Daycare for Someone With Alzheimer's
- Meaningful Activities for Someone With Alzheimer's
- Setting Up a Plan for Day-to-Day Activities for Someone With Alzheimer's
- Brain-Stretching Activities for Someone With Alzheimer's