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Your Loved One and Their Independence

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Posted July 23, 2013

 

Make your loved one feel that you are on their team. Work together to help maintain independence and figure out a plan together how you can do that. If your loved one’s dementia has progressed to the point that they are unable to understand, then the less said may be the best route.

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