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Communicating Across Dementia: How to talk,…
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Communicating Across Dementia: How to talk, listen, provide stimulation…

by Stephen Miller

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If someone close to you has dementia (Alzheimer's Disease is the most common type) you will know that communication gradually becomes more difficult and at times frustrating. This jargon-free book explains why this happens and how you have to rethink your whole approach by: Making key changes to the way you communicate, Creating the right physical environment for good communication, And bear in mind that communication in the broadest sense goes well beyond talking; there is also a wide range of non-verbal communication such as facial expression, posture and touch. The person with dementia in your life needs your help.… (more)

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