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Dementia Caregiver Resources in Glenn Dale, MD

Connecting to the right dementia care resources in Glenn Dale, Maryland, can prove challenging—especially when you’re already overwhelmed by the seemingly endless demands of caring for a loved one with dementia.

Some caregivers even worry that leaning on local resources means they’re not doing a sufficiently good job caring for their loved one. But every caregiver needs help, and every person with dementia deserves access to a comprehensive continuum of care.

Here are the best caregiver resources in Glenn Dale.

Financial and Legal

Senior care presents several legal and financial challenges—being a good steward of your loved one’s money, ensuring their wishes are respected, and intervening if your loved one refuses help. These resources can connect you to the help you need:

Caregiver Support

Caregiving is exhausting work. You may face criticism from family members, financial hurdles, and seemingly endless work. The right support can make the challenges of caregiving feel less overwhelming. Check out these resources:

Senior Care

If your loved one hopes to age in place but you are struggling to meet their needs, a number of resources can bridge the gap:

Healthcare

A wide range of programs can help your loved one stay healthy. Those include:

Senior Living

Senior living offers an all-in-one approach to dementia care, providing entertainment, daily support, meals, socialization, and more, all under one roof. The Arbor Company believes that dementia does not have to mean the end of a meaningful, enjoyable life.

We’ve served seniors and their families for three decades. We’d love to show you what we can offer your loved one with dementia. Give us a call or come visit during one of our community events to learn more!

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Jennifer Fenton

About the Author: Jennifer Fenton

Jennifer’s professional experience in senior care spans 20 years but her drive to serve seniors started when she was 5 volunteering at the local nursing home. After graduating from University of Maryland with a degree in Family Studies and Gerontology she began helping families through the transitioning to a community lifestyle. She has spent time as a Senior Care Counselor, Senior Living Advisor, Admissions Director and the Director of Community Relations in skilled nursing facilities and assisted livings. She is a Certified Senior Advisor and during her free time she enjoys volunteering with her daughter and her Pets on Wheels dog, Clementine.

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