Dementia commonly affects a person’s ability to speak and communicate their needs. This can be a big challenge for the person and their loved ones, often causing frustration on both sides. People aren’t born knowing the best way to communicate with a person with dementia, but we can learn by following some of the below tips. Keep in mind that your loved ones brain might be slower at processing information and gathering thoughts to communicate.
Working to improve your communication skills with your loved one will help make caregiving less stressful and is likely to improve your relationship.
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