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Dementia Caregiver mood and notetaking log book This notekeeping journal has been developed for the care of Dementia and Alzhiemers patients, with notes for all the key aspects of this horrible disease. It is designed to track the daily and weekly needs and patterns, and help to establish the most efficient and effective care process. As carers, the symptoms of dementia can Dementia Caregiver mood and notetaking log book This notekeeping journal has been developed for the care of Dementia and Alzhiemers patients, with notes for all the key aspects of this horrible disease. It is designed to track the daily and weekly needs and patterns, and help to establish the most efficient and effective care process. As carers, the symptoms of dementia can often seem uncontrollable. This book aims to help to reduce those feelings, and help you to establish a routine which works for you. With the daily logs, you track things like mood, medication and treatment, positives and negatives, toileting and feeding, and all other key information needed for a caregiver. Then, with the weekly recap, you are asked to summarise and more importantly look for patterns that will ultimately assist you in giving the best care you can. These patterns may come in the form of triggers, moods at different times of day and what causes them, and what has been working. By spending a few minutes each day analysing these aspects, you will eventually be able to save time and stress by only doing what is working, and avoiding what is not. It is important to note that Dementia patients will change over time, some more rapidly than others, but by keeping a journal or logbook, these patterns will be able to be swiftly noticed, and caring routines will be able to be adapted to these changing needs. These journal pages contain: Mood checklist with time of day slots Notes on mood Care needs (Needed help, did themselves, time) Care schedule (Food and drink consumption, time) Bathroom Schedule (time) Medication / treatment notes Successful activities Other notes / concerns Daily reflection (What worked, positives, what didn't work, negatives) Weekly recap Key product features: 6" x 9" Soft cover Printed on premium, white paper Suitable for all pens and Markers Professional, perfect binding 150 pages Daily and weekly logs for pattern tracking If you are looking for further resources, Check out our other products at Dementia Activity studio. We develop a number of products, including activity books and journals tailored specifically towards those with Dementia, to help make yours and their lives a little bit easier.


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Dementia Caregiver mood and notetaking log book This notekeeping journal has been developed for the care of Dementia and Alzhiemers patients, with notes for all the key aspects of this horrible disease. It is designed to track the daily and weekly needs and patterns, and help to establish the most efficient and effective care process. As carers, the symptoms of dementia can Dementia Caregiver mood and notetaking log book This notekeeping journal has been developed for the care of Dementia and Alzhiemers patients, with notes for all the key aspects of this horrible disease. It is designed to track the daily and weekly needs and patterns, and help to establish the most efficient and effective care process. As carers, the symptoms of dementia can often seem uncontrollable. This book aims to help to reduce those feelings, and help you to establish a routine which works for you. With the daily logs, you track things like mood, medication and treatment, positives and negatives, toileting and feeding, and all other key information needed for a caregiver. Then, with the weekly recap, you are asked to summarise and more importantly look for patterns that will ultimately assist you in giving the best care you can. These patterns may come in the form of triggers, moods at different times of day and what causes them, and what has been working. By spending a few minutes each day analysing these aspects, you will eventually be able to save time and stress by only doing what is working, and avoiding what is not. It is important to note that Dementia patients will change over time, some more rapidly than others, but by keeping a journal or logbook, these patterns will be able to be swiftly noticed, and caring routines will be able to be adapted to these changing needs. These journal pages contain: Mood checklist with time of day slots Notes on mood Care needs (Needed help, did themselves, time) Care schedule (Food and drink consumption, time) Bathroom Schedule (time) Medication / treatment notes Successful activities Other notes / concerns Daily reflection (What worked, positives, what didn't work, negatives) Weekly recap Key product features: 6" x 9" Soft cover Printed on premium, white paper Suitable for all pens and Markers Professional, perfect binding 150 pages Daily and weekly logs for pattern tracking If you are looking for further resources, Check out our other products at Dementia Activity studio. We develop a number of products, including activity books and journals tailored specifically towards those with Dementia, to help make yours and their lives a little bit easier.

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