Communicating with Loved Ones with Dementia

Baycrest has produced a free online resource to help families learn new ways of communicating and interacting with an elderly loved one who has Alzheimer’s or other dementia.

As our elders live into old age, with increased likelihood of chronic illness, institutionalization becomes a necessary choice for some for the provision of care.

Families and relationships will continue, though ways of connecting with one another may change. These can be difficult and emotionally stressful times, but there are many ways to have a positive and meaningful visit.

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