The proper way to approach someone with dementia



On today’s episode, host Lisa Skinner gives recommendations on effective communication strategies for family members and caregivers to use when interacting with people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.  Due to the changing brain and cognitive loss caused by brain disease, understanding and learning which strategies are most effective is key to creating the most positive experiences for everyone.

For example, Lisa shares with her audience the proper way in which to approach someone with dementia, and why it is important for a caregiver or family member to always explain what they are intending to do before they do it, such as telling them they are now going to help them to take off their coat, etc.

Lisa also shares with her audience a list of communication tips expressed directly by Individuals who are living with memory loss. Additionally, Lisa provides proven tips to help caregivers handle challenging behaviors associated with dementia.

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