FAU Study and New Tool Proves ‘All Is Not Lost’ to Dementia

FAU Study and New Tool Proves ‘All Is Not Lost’ to Dementia

FAU Study and New Tool Proves ‘All Is Not Lost’ to Dementia

In marriage, good communication is key to a fulfilling and enduring relationship. For people with dementia, communicating needs, emotions and interacting with others becomes increasingly difficult as communication deteriorates as dementia progresses. Problems in communicating lead to misinterpretations and misunderstandings, which often cause considerable stress for family members, especially the spouse caregivers as well as the patient.

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