If you’re caring for a loved one with memory loss, you might have noticed that your loved one is more withdrawn, restless, or confrontational. Fortunately, there are ways to help calm and soothe before turning to medication.

Soothing with Senses

As memory loss progresses, your loved one may struggle to communicate that they need something or have a hard time starting activities on their own. They might feel embarrassed, frustrated, or annoyed that they need help to do things they used to do on their own.

Sensory stimulation — anything that stimulates one of the five senses — can help your loved one feel more comfortable and relaxed, connect with the world around them, and improve their overall mood, self-esteem, and well-being.


Using the Sensory Checklist

This Sensory Checklist for Memory Loss offers more than 25 sensory stimulation activities to help family caregivers cope with common challenges and concerns, including:

  • Withdrawal and isolation
  • Restlessness
  • Sleeplessness
  • Confrontational encounters
Sensory Checklist for Memory Loss

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