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In the early stage, subtle changes in one’s abilities are noticeable to people living with dementia and/or to the people close to them. Everyone in the circle is re-arranging roles and responsibilities, consciously or not.

You may have recently learned about diagnosis or are going through the process of getting one. These sessions are meant to:

  • help you set the tone of how you will navigate dementia.
  • knowledge about what dementia is
  • what it is like for the person living with dementia
  • tips about important conversations to have now that will help in the future

Open the PDFs below. One will give you a visual of the overview of dementia. The second will give you a visual of early-stage.

Dementia Progression Roadmap – Early-stage

Keeping track of progress

Living with dementia can cause big changes in individuals and families’ future plans. Your caregiving role is dependent on the needs of the person with dementia and your unique situation. Use this checklist as a guide to help plan ahead.
If you prefer to keep this list on your computer, download the fillable PDF. If you prefer having a printed copy, select the printable version and print.

Fillable PDF Care Partner Checklist - Early

Printable version Care Partner Checklist - Early

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Seeds of Hope Family Learning series

Early Stage

Sessions: 4

Session 1

Exploring the Experience of Dementia

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Session 2

You as a Care Partner

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Session 3

Understanding Dementia

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Session 4

Planning Ahead: Advance Care Planning

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