Sort by:

The Best Way to Support Older Caregivers

...And the One Question You Probably Didn't Think to Ask

Nancy Kriseman • 3/2/2018

By Nancy Kriseman - The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.2 million Americans affected by dementia are over the age 65, which makes the vast majority members of what’s called the traditionalist generation. Understanding this generation’s entrenched values and how they can affect their coping and your intervention can facilitate better outcomes.

Daily Blog

Breaking the Isolation of Caretaking

Three Ways to Help Clients Cope with the Challenges of Alzheimer’s

Nancy Kriseman • 9/28/2016

By Nancy Kriseman - The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.2 million Americans affected by dementia are over the age 65, which makes the vast majority members of what’s called the traditionalist generation. Understanding this generation’s entrenched values and how they can affect their coping and your intervention can facilitate better outcomes. It’s important never to underestimate how validating and normalizing the caretaker’s experience can foster resilience and inspire hope.

Daily Blog

In Consultation

When a Partner Has Alzheimer’s: Alternatives to Toughing it Out

Nancy Kriseman • 7/1/2015

Helping the traditionalist generation care for their aging partners.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1 (3 Items)
Page 1 of 1 (0 Items)

The Best Way to Support Older Caregivers

...And the One Question You Probably Didn't Think to Ask

Nancy Kriseman • 3/2/2018

By Nancy Kriseman - The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.2 million Americans affected by dementia are over the age 65, which makes the vast majority members of what’s called the traditionalist generation. Understanding this generation’s entrenched values and how they can affect their coping and your intervention can facilitate better outcomes.

Daily Blog

Breaking the Isolation of Caretaking

Three Ways to Help Clients Cope with the Challenges of Alzheimer’s

Nancy Kriseman • 9/28/2016

By Nancy Kriseman - The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.2 million Americans affected by dementia are over the age 65, which makes the vast majority members of what’s called the traditionalist generation. Understanding this generation’s entrenched values and how they can affect their coping and your intervention can facilitate better outcomes. It’s important never to underestimate how validating and normalizing the caretaker’s experience can foster resilience and inspire hope.

Daily Blog
Page 1 of 1 (2 Items)

In Consultation

When a Partner Has Alzheimer’s: Alternatives to Toughing it Out

Nancy Kriseman • 7/1/2015

Helping the traditionalist generation care for their aging partners.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Nancy Kriseman, L.C.S.W., has more than 30 years of experience offering Counseling, Consulting and Training for Elders, Families & Professionals.