Communicating with Care recipient (cr) who has trouble verbally communicating

Try: caregiver (cg) needs to try to be on the lookout for certain facial expressions or physical agitation that could mean the cr is experiencing pain or discomfort don’t wait until the agitation gets more severe before reacting to the situation in addition to watching for signs of pain or confusion learn to recognize the signs that cr is experiencing a calm sensation or getting pleasure out of an activity or event arrange for more ways to promote these activities or events to increase the positive feelings they bring to the cr being attuned to the mood of the cr enables the cg to react quickly and positively to either type of situation without the cr having to try to verbalize their discomfort to a negative experience or feeling or their request for a pleasurable event

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Categories: Caregiver Needs&Support, Communication, Emotional Psychological, Social, So-So Verbal Comm, Poor Verbal Comm, Fully Aware, Somewhat Aware

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*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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