8 – Be Affectionate & Reassuring In Responses


alzheimer's reassurance


People with Alzheimer’s and Dementia often get confused, anxious, and unsure of themselves. They may even “remember” things that never occurred. Do not tell them that they are wrong. Instead, respond to the real feelings that they are demonstrating with comfort, support, and reassurance.





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