Care recipient (cr) is near the end of life and friends and family need to communicate with cr

Try: Always talk to not about cr when entering cr’s room it is a good idea to identify yourself saying something like hi bob it’s mary and i’ve come to see you have someone write down some of the things said during the visit, both by and to cr in time these words might serve as a source of comfort to family and friends people who are looking for ways to help may welcome the chance to aid the family by writing down what is said there may come a time when cr who has been confused suddenly seems clear-thinking take advantage of these moments but understand that they might be only temporary not necessarily a sign that cr is getting better

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Categories: Sage, Topic, Communication, Emotional Psychological, Medical Physical, Personal

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References: caring for a person with alzheimer’s disease your easy-to-use guide from the national institute on aging by national institute on aging 2011 available at www nia nih gov

Keywords: Relationships socializing friends family bonding bed bound communication spiritual companionship end of life care connecting with others death dying

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

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