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Their ability to present rational ideas and to reason clearly will change. If you are looking after a person with dementia, you may find that as the illness progresses you'll have to start discussions to get the person to make conversation. This is common.

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This is common. Their ability to process information gets progressively weaker and their responses can become delayed. Encouraging someone with dementia to communicate Try to start conversations with the person you're looking after, especially if you notice that they're starting fewer conversations themselves.

It can help to: speak clearly and slowly, using short sentences make eye contact with the t when they're talking or asking questions give them time to respond, because they may feel pressured if you try to speed up their answers encourage them loking in conversations with others, where possible let them speak for themselves during talks about their adult sex chat borsuchya or health issues try not to patronise them, or ridicule what they say acknowledge what they have said, even if they do not answer your kik wont let me chat with someone, or ttalk they say seems out of context — show that you've heard them and encourage them to say more about their answer give them for choices — avoid creating complicated choices or options for them use other ways to communicate — such as rephrasing questions because they cannot answer in the way they looking to The Alzheimer's Society has lots of information that someone help, including details on the lkoking of dementia and communicating.

Communicating through body language and physical contact Communication is not just talking.

Gestures, movement and facial expressions can all convey meaning or help somelne get a message across. Body language and physical contact become ificant when speech is difficult for a person with dementia.

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Remember, we all find it frustrating when we cannot communicate effectively, or are misunderstood.

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