Learn more about a recent webinar, hosted by Senior Helpers, on how seasonal changes can affect those living with dementia and other forms of brain change.
When the seasons change and the amount of daylight decreases, these shifts can disrupt our circadian rhythms and patterns. This can be especially true for those living with dementia and other forms of brain change.
Less daylight can contribute to major changes in sleep patterns and an increase in late-day patterns commonly known as ‘sundowning.’ In this webinar, hosted by Senior Helpers, Teepa Snow addressed helpful and practical ways to cope with these shifts and changes.
To view a recording of the 45-minute webinar, please click here.
To speak with a Duxbury House representative about the programming we have in place to help with this and other dementia-related topics, please give us a call today at 781-298-0297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.