In today’s episode 18 of the Truth, Lies, & Alzheimer’s show, Lisa goes into depth about how effective communication is key to working with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia sufferers. Probably the most difficult challenge for family members and caregivers to overcome is the ability to understand what people who are living with dementia are trying to tell them, especially when they can no longer articulate their wants and needs the way they did when their brains were healthy. As the progression of the disease continues to worsen over time, so does the disconnect between us. This is the very reason why it is so important to learn to recognize what has triggered your loved one’s behavior and what it is they are desperately trying to tell you. Lisa will share with you many tips and solutions about what you can expect and how to best respond to these occurrences.
In her “What’s News” segment, Lisa shares a recent article that talks about how cognitive decline after retirement is a universal trend along with 4 ways to reverse it.

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