Alzheimer's Disease Support (cont.)
Communicating can be frustrating at times. Let your family and friends know
this. Let them know when and how you may need their help and support.
- When talking, take your time.
- Ask the person you are talking with to repeat a statement, to speak slowly,
or to write down words if you are having trouble understanding.
- Find a quiet place to talk if there are distractions.
- Let your family and friends know when something becomes too difficult for
you to do on your own, and arrange for others to help you with difficult tasks.
- Write down your questions or concerns as you think of them; share these
with people when you see or talk to them.
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