How To Interact Someone With Alzheimer’s

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s you may feel like it’s harder to interact and get in touch with them as they may seem like a totally different person from who you remember them to be. Don’t let these changes discourage you, within that shell of a person is still the person you have had great memories and moments with. All it takes is a little coaxing to help jog their memory.

Watch ash Lori from Alzheimer’s Speaks gives us a few tips and trick on how she still connects with her mother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in her mid-50s. From photographs, to trinkets, to music, favorite movies and tv shows, and books, these are all things that may have touched their lives and bring them back even if just for a moment.

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