How Communication is Affected by Alzheimer’s Disease

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As Alzheimer’s disease progresses in a patient, communicating starts to become a problem. This Alzheimer’s and Dementia Resources film focuses on how communication skills are affected in Alzheimer’s disease patients and how we can help the situation.

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The video offers practical advice to caregivers of Alzheimer’s disease patients to help alleviate some of the challenges and frustrations of trying to communicate with their loved ones. Simple tips such as ensuring you have their full attention before you start speaking, speaking slowly and simply, limiting the amount of options to make life less confusing, and trying not to put them on the spot by asking if they remember certain events or people will all help you communicate better with each other.

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Wendy is a proven blogger and social media manager who has helped to build online communities for businesses and organizations. She currently heads the website’s social outreach online through social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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