We’re here to care for the caregiver, just as much as we — and they — are here for the patient. Many tell us “we get them” when no one else does, and that Cleveland Clinic Nevada is a place where they can “be themselves.” Come as you are. We’ll do our best to meet you where that is.
Asking for help can be one of the most difficult things a patient or caregiver does. While you may not think you need assistance, a ride from a friend on a day your energy level is low or an offer to pick up a few groceries can lighten the burden of brain disease.
Don’t hesitate to ask for help from friends, family or those who have traveled the journey of brain disease before you — including the team at Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. We are here to guide and help you along your journey, and much of our advice comes in the form of free therapeutic and support programs made possible by generous donors.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
- Taking Care of You
- Communicating in Challenging Situations
- Identifying and Reducing Personal Stress
- Learning From Our Emotions
- Communicating Feelings, Needs, and Concerns
- Mastering Caregiving Decisions
Dealing with Dementia
- Understanding Dementia
- Managing Problem Behaviors
- Handling Stress
- Finding Time for You