Helping children deal with a grandparent who has dementia


By AGENCY

It is never easy for children when their grandmother or grandfather has dementia, but activities like playing with toys and singing songs together are still possible. — dpa

When an elderly family member suffers from dementia, it becomes a challenge for everyone, even children, who often struggle to understand and deal with how grandma or grandpa are gradually forgetting things.

It can be a scary and confusing experience for children when grandma can’t remember the simplest things or when the grandpa is behaving strangely.

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