3 – Deliver Your Message Clearly

3 clearly

alzheimer's speak slowly



Speak slowly and use simple words and sentences. Use a softer tone and avoid raising the pitch in your voice or speaking louder. Don’t use abbreviations or pronouns but rather the full names of people and places. If the person has trouble understanding the first time, repeat using the same words. If they still have trouble understanding, wait a few minutes and rephrase.



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