Category: Geriatric Care

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Communicating with a Person with Memory Loss

October 17, 2019

When a loved one becomes forgetful, their thinking becomes sluggish, and their ability to care for themselves diminishes, a dementia-related illness could be the cause. Symptoms can include loss of memory, poor judgment, confusion, changes in personality or social skills,…

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The Medical Appointment – Be Prepared

October 3, 2019

Today’s article is written by guest blogger Kathy Tuckey, MA. Kathy is a PAC Certified Independent Trainer who writes and speaks regularly on the subject of caring for elderly loved ones with dementia. This article originally appeared in the July…

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Meaningful Visiting – Part 2

September 19, 2019

In last week’s article, I talked about the importance of visiting elderly loved ones living in long-term care facilities. If your relative has trouble communicating due to long-term illness or disability, visits will feel awkward unless you take steps to…

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Meaningful Visiting – Part 1

September 12, 2019

Have you ever felt uncomfortable visiting an elderly loved one in a nursing home, especially if the person has memory loss or has difficulty communicating? What do you do? What do you say? The reality is that residents in nursing…

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