What’s the best way to talk to someone with Alzheimer’s?


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“One of the hardest occasions is when the Alzheimer’s patient asks for someone — a parent, friend or child — who has died. This is common, Wonderlin said, because the loved one was deeply embedded in their memories.”

This is the article I’m featured in, and it’s up in the Washington Post!

What’s the best way to talk to someone with Alzheimer’s?

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Rachael Wonderlin is an internationally-recognized dementia care expert and consultant. She has a Master’s in Gerontology and is the author of two published books with Johns Hopkins University Press. Rachael owns Dementia By Day, a dementia care consulting and education company.

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