Sheltering in place? Here are ways to spend time with a person living with Alzheimer's
April 1, 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is requiring many adjustments in people’s lifestyles. For the 51,000 Montanans providing care for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease, the need to observe appropriate social distancing means that many of the day-to-day activities they might participate in with their loved ones – the 22,000 Montanans living with the disease – must be adapted for the time being.
Until conditions allow for more travel outside the home, the Alzheimer’s Association of Montana offers 38 meaningful and fun ways to spend time with a family member or friend in the middle o...