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Take 5: Tips for Communicating with Someone who has Dementia

[fa icon="calendar"] Jul 26, 2017 8:18:00 PM / by Ann Lopez Aziz

 

As their Dementia progresses, your loved one may find it hard to articulate their thoughts and find words in speech, as well as have difficulty to write, read, and even listen. They will also find it challenging to express their emotions. So how do you communicate with a loved one who suffers from Dementia without feeling exasperated? We have some tips for communicating with someone who has Dementia.

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Ann Lopez Aziz

Written by Ann Lopez Aziz

Ann is a CaregiverAsia Powerpuff girl by day, mother by night. And a prudent Caregiver who believes balance is key. When not training for her next IRONMAN race, she scourers the neighbourhood for tasty epok-epok. Good thing she likes to share ‘cause sharing is caring!