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Q: Describe the roles of others in the care and support of individuals with dementia
A: This information has been designed to help you as a carer of someone with dementia. [ It has information about dementia, your caring role and gives you useful details about the local and national support and services that are there to support you and the person you care for. ]
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User: Describe the roles of others in the care and support of individuals with dementia

Weegy: This information has been designed to help you as a carer of someone with dementia. [ It has information about dementia, your caring role and gives you useful details about the local and national support and services that are there to support you and the person you care for. ]
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User: Explain when it may be necessary to refer to others when supporting individuals with dementia





Weegy: Carers of a person with dementia need support so they can look after themselves. Carers can learn to manage stress and fatigue, and make sure that support is available. [ Men who care for someone with dementia can find the task challenging as they may not have the emotional support network of women, and may need extra help. Carers may have to deal with many different feelings, including guilt, grief, loss or anger. Support and respite care is available for carers. The physical and emotional demands of caring for someone with dementia can be high. As the amount of care that is needed increases, more time and energy is required from the carer. If you are caring for a person with dementia, you need to look after yourself or the demands may wear you down. If you are worn down, caring will become even more difficult and it will not be easy to continue balancing your own needs as a carer with those of family and the person with dementia. You need support and assistance to care for someone with dementia. Read more: ]
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