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Caregiver Health: Stress, Grief and How to Cope

By | May 28th, 2018

We talk to Lori Nisson, Director of Family and Community Services at the Banner Alzheimer’s Institute about how to protect your mental health while caregiving, and deal with the grief of losing the person you love while they’re still with you.

0:27: What is ambiguous loss?
9:24: Helping caregivers take care of their brain health
18:55 Start early: making a care plan for dementia
19:41: Breaking the promise to never put a loved one in a nursing home

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