1. Dementia and Communication Part 3

    Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that our memory care specialists in Durham have been giving you tips for communicating with a loved one who has dementia. So far, we’ve talked about not taking things personally, paying attention to emotion, setting a positive mood and showing respect. The following is a list of our last few communication tips:…Read More

  2. Dementia and Communication Part 2

    Communicating with a person who has dementia is challenging, but it’s also incredibly important. Communication is challenging enough, but when you are attempting to communicate with someone who has dementia, the obstacles can seem insurmountable. That’s why, in our last blog, our memory care specialists in Chapel Hill started giving you helpful tips on how to communicate with a loved one who h…Read More

  3. Dementia and Communication

    Are you having trouble communicating with a loved one who has dementia? This can be incredibly challenging and emotionally trying for all parties involved, however it essential that you keep trying to connect. Although you may not realize it, communication and interaction can greatly improve your loved one’s quality of life in ways you may never know. Although communication is difficult, there a…Read More