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Managing Family Dynamics

Managing Family Dynamics and Dementia 

By Polly Logan



Tips for Caregivers and Families of People with Dementia

"A caregiver, sometimes referred to as a caretaker, refers to anyone who provides care for another person. Millions of people living in the United States take care of a friend or family member with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia..."


Tips for Spousal Caregivers


Talk: "Caring for the Caregivers" - Ted x SnoIsle Libraries - Francis Lewis 

This talk is helpful for spouses of caregivers.



Alzheimer’s Disease and Spouse Caregiver Support: How to Keep the Glass Half Full


For Kids:


Alzheimer's Association - For Kids - Books, Links, Videos:


Alzheimer's Society- Helping Children Understand Dementia


Alzheimer's Society- Resource List for Kids

Resources for adults working with teens, videos, and books


Dementia Australia - Books about Dementia for Kids


For Teens:


Alzheimer's Association - For Teens - Books, Links, Videos:


Alzheimer's Foundation of America - AFA Teens

AFA’s teen division was founded in 2002, by a teenager, to help educate and support teens whose lives have been impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, as well as those who are interested in getting involved in the cause. AFA Teens will help build leadership skills as chapters set out to engage in volunteering opportunities along with organizing fundraising and educational events related to Alzheimer’s care to spread awareness.


For the Adult Child:


Podcast recommendations:


  1. The Caring Generation (

  2. “Having a family member with dementia” from Self-Helpless


Working Daughter


At Working Daughter, we’re redefining caregiving.

We give you access to resources, services, and coaching to support you and the person you care for.

Here you’ll find energy, confidence, focus and a community

that gets you.

We help women balance eldercare, career, raising kids and more with tools, connections, coaching, compassion and support.



Podcast [Episodes range from 30 minutes - 1 hour long] Daughterhood: The Podcast for Caregivers (discovered via 10 Essential Podcasts for Caregivers)


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