Communication Skills for Alzheimer’s Caregivers
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Losing the ability to communicate thoughts and emotions is one of the most frustrating and challenging aspects of Alzheimer’s disease, both for the individual with the cognitive disorder and for the caregiver. While caregivers cannot reverse the loss of brain cells in the people they care for, they can make changes in the way they communicate with the patients in their care. This blog post from the healthcare organization consulting firm Relias contains helpful tools and strategies for improving communication skills for Alzheimer’s caregivers.
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