How to talk to someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s

When a person has Alzheimer’s or Dementia, changes in their brain causes a decline in in their ability to listen or respond to normal conversation.

Speaking in short direct sentences is a way to communicate that is easier for them.

They have less information to process; they are more likely to understand what you are trying to say and will respond more appropriately.

The Home Health Care Inc.’s compassionate, patient-centered approach allows them to address the challenging symptoms and needs of those that may not be able to communicate their pain. The skilled nurses know what to watch for to ensure our patients’ comfort and quality of life.

Let Home Health Care, Inc. help you care for the ones you love.

Call us at 707-538-0679 today to discuss your unique needs and concerns or to schedule your FREE in-home assessment.

Home Health Care, Inc.
707-538-0679
hhc_incorp@sbcglobal.net
4983 Sonoma Highway, Suite E
Santa Rosa, CA 95409

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