“And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that will never fade away.” - 1 Peter 5:4
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Connecting with a Confused Loved One

  • Look at your loved one, talk unhurriedly, and use short sentences
  • Give step by step clarifications while assisting with things like changing clothes, taking a bath, and exchanging bed linens
  • Give your loved one time to respond to your statements
  • Tell them who you are, what you are doing and why
  • Stay in close proximity of your loved one while talking, and touch them during your chat if fitting

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