Communication, in many ways, is both difficult and frustrating for persons living with Alzheimer's. These beloved individuals have trouble remembering things and struggle finding "that exact word" or simply forgetting what they want to say and communicate with others. In fact, for any healthcare professional, communication difficulties can be one of the most challenging aspects of providing care for the Alzheimer's patient. Although it can be problematic to understand why people with dementia act the way they do, the explanation is attributable to their disease and the changes it causes in the brain. the "communication barrier" is all . . .
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