Caring for and communicating with a loved one who has been diagnosed with a form of dementia can be very demanding.
Because the person afflicted with dementia does not function the same way they did before the disease, caregivers need to think about how the operating rules of communication must change as dementia symptoms progress.
To help you better understand what is needed in these instances, here are ten tools to use when communicating with someone with dementia.
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