Alzheimer's Caregiving

Bathing, Dressing, Grooming

Try this 3 - question quiz to see how much you know about Alzheimer's Caregiving: Bathing, Dressing, Grooming.

1. To make dressing easier for a person with Alzheimer’s, a caregiver should




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To make dressing easier for a person with Alzheimer’s, a caregiver can lay out clothes in the order the person should put them on -- such as underwear first, then pants, then a shirt, and then a sweater. Allow the person to choose what he or she will wear from a limited selection of outfits. Provide clear, step-by-step instructions if the person needs prompting.