5 tips for talking to someone in home health care: Reduce disturbances. Turn off any background noises, like the radio or TV. Have a one-on-one conversation. Too many people can create more confusion. Keep things simple. Stick to short precise sentences. Steer clear of quarrels. No one will gain anything. Just keep chatting, even if … Read more5 tips for talking to someone in home health care
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These are great for little kids or seniors who have Alzheimer’s, dementia, in hospice care or need some help keeping busy. It gives the fingers and hands something to do. It can provide motor and sensory stimulation. Different activities reduce boredom and increase attention span for people with dementia. They feature zippers, ties, … Read moreWhat is a fidget blanket?