The Dos and Donts of Communicating with Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease
With many years of experience caring for Alzheimer’s patients, we understand the difficulties patients suffer from and the effects it has on their families. When communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s Disease, we recommend following these guidelines to encourage better understanding and facilitate effective, comfortable communication:
Unfortunately, Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that often results in loss of memory and cognitive ability. Research has shown that familiar surroundings play an important role in the well-being of those with Alzheimer’s. Moving to a nursing home or assisted living center can trigger confusion, anxiety, stress, and a faster rate of health deterioration. Our goal at Jewish Family Home Care is to help those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease feel happy, healthy, and safe in the comfort of their own home. Read more on our Alzheimer’s Care Services for seniors here.
Contact us to discuss how we can help your loved one age comfortably with Alzheimer’s home care. To get started you simply need to call Jewish Family Home Care at 954-908-5677 or you can reach us through our online contact form.