Engaging and Communicating with People Who Have Dementia

Engaging and Communicating with People Who Have Dementia #83105
 
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  • Improve patients' communication and independence
  • Provides suggestions for individualizing activities, interactions, or interventions at any moment of the day

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Engaging and Communicating with People Who Have Dementia Eileen Eisner A trove of advice on how to identify people’s strengths and preferences and then use them to improve activity, programming, communication, and functional independence. Ready for use today, this work provides suggestions for individualizing activities, interactions, or interventions at any moment of the day. Provides assessment forms and instructional explanations and examples to build on each person’s unique abilities. Includes guidelines for matching activities to early, middle, and late stages and strategies for adapting them as abilities decline. Has advice on available technologies to enhance communication, promote independence, and stimulate cognition.

215 pages • softcover

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