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How to Improve Communication with Loved Ones with Memory Loss

How to Improve Communication with Loved Ones with Memory Loss

When a loved one has Alzheimer’s disease or another form of memory loss, communication can become difficult. The changes that Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of memory loss cause in the brain can create the potential for trouble speaking, issues portraying...
Friendship Goals and Dementia: 6 Tips for Maintaining a Relationship

Friendship Goals and Dementia: 6 Tips for Maintaining a Relationship

If you have a friend or family member who has recently been diagnosed with dementia, you may be unsure of the changes and challenges that may be coming. While dementia affects the person diagnosed, it also affects those closest to them in a number of ways. For...
Responding to your Aging Parent’s Denial of Future Care Needs

Responding to your Aging Parent’s Denial of Future Care Needs

When you have a parent whose health just isn’t what it used to be, you may become concerned that they will begin to need some level of extra care. While this is often normal as parents age, some may not accept they need added care and deny it whenever the...
Improving Communication with Someone with Age-Related Hearing Loss

Improving Communication with Someone with Age-Related Hearing Loss

When someone you love has hearing loss, it can make communicating slightly more difficult. They may not understand what you said, hear only bits and pieces or have self-esteem issues making them refrain from communicating at all. When this occurs it can be...
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