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Social Withdrawal

 

  • 8/5
    2013
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    5 Tips for Smoother Social Visits for Someone With Dementia

    Limit the guest list. Reduce the background noise. Choose a quiet place. Sit face-to-face. Time it right. read more

  • 7/16
    2013
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    Approaching Your Loved One Dealing with Social Withdrawal

    Surround your loved one with friends who understand and support them. Reassure your family member that you will go with them for lunch to offer support if needed. One of the benefits of socializing is a good laugh - put on a favorite movie that will make your loved one one smile. Make sure your… read more

  • 7/11
    2013
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    Help for Caregivers on Social Withdrawal

    Make an effort to carve out time for yourself. Plan activities that can be therapeutic for both you and your loved one. Work on building meaningful memories together. read more

  • 7/16
    2013
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    How to Avoid Social Withdrawal

    Set up a monthly social schedule for your family member. Observe your loved one’s reaction to different people. Understand the person’s life story. read more

  • 7/16
    2013
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    How to Talk to Your Loved One About Social Withdrawal

    “I’d be so happy if you would come with me to the church picnic,” rather than, “Would you like to go to the church picnic?” “Mom, I know you didn’t want to go to lunch with Shirley. But Shirley wants to see you because she has some important news. Let’s get your coat.” “If you… read more

  • 7/31
    2013
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    If Your Loved One is Less Interested in Family

    Your loved one may be experiencing personality changes because of the person’s struggles with cognitive changes. Aware of problems with memory and other thinking skills, the person with dementia has to work hard to compensate. This means greater focus on keeping track of things, performing well, and possibly hiding deficits from loved ones. All that… read more

  • 7/11
    2013
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    Interaction With Your Loved One When They Experience Social Withdrawal

    Talk openly. Divert. Use humor. Focus on your loved one. read more

  • 8/12
    2013
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    Overview: Social Withdrawal

    Socialization has many benefits. But for the person with dementia, it’s safer just to stay home. They could be nervous about forgetting a name or failing to recognize an important person in their life. Social withdrawal also can be caused by a desire to avoid embarrassment and having his or her friends see him struggling.… read more

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