Caregiver dementia says it is heavier to have
People who care for someone with dementia have taken on, in recent years heavier. ners of living at home people with dementia are the heaviest taxed.
That give carers in a Thursday, published every two years, research by the Nivel and Alzheimer’s disease in the Netherlands.
More than one in six of these carers feel overloaded or underloaded. In 2011 and 2013, this was but one in ten. According to the survey feel their caregivers feel very under pressure and are constantly concerned with the situation of the person for whom they care.
Many caregivers have a day here and nachttaak. Nearly half of the cohabiting couples reported a disturbed night’s sleep. Four in ten caregivers have less contact with family and friends since the neighbor dementia.