Communication With Elderly Adults
How to communicate with someone who has early stage Alzheimer's or other dementias. Keep these simple communication techniques in mind.
Why moving and money are two of the toughest issues to discuss with aging and ailing loved ones -- and practical advice to help.
Guidance for talking to a loved one about death, from what issues you might want to discuss to being a good listener.
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