Saturday, June 23 | Cause Connected, Post-Acute Care, Human Services

Alzheimer's Disease: Words Matter

By Netsmart

More than 50 million individuals across the globe live with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia with many of them relying on friends or family members for assistance or caregiving. These conditions affect everyone involved and often those surrounding an individual need words of encouragement or support during what can become prolonged loss and grief. What can you say to help? Explore the infographic below for ideas on what to say and what to avoid.

 

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