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Dementia Care

Looking after someone

Looking after someone with dementia SPEECH Speak slowly and clearly when answering their questions, use eye contact. Don't be distracted when speaking to them. SENTENCES Speak clearly using simple and short sentences. Asking for complicated decisions is likely to be confusing, offer less choices.

REDUCE DISTRACTIONS Reduce distractions, such as the television or radio, especially when you are in a conversation. ACTIVITIES Encourage them to start an activity that you know they enjoy, try to engage them with something else

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