Coping Strategies for Effective Communication with a loved on ...

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Caregivers and the person for whom they are caring have a well-established mode of communication built before the disease begins. As the disease progresses, the caregiver will find that their previous form of communication is not as effective and may cause confusion. Caregivers find that they need to become more directive and literal when speaking with their loved one.


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