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Tag Archives: alheimer’s disease
As rational judgment and situational awareness deteriorate with progressive forms of dementia, folks may want things that aren’t realistic or safe such as driving a car or leaving a secure unit in a long-term care facility. Each individual has different … Continue reading
Recently we held a funeral service for my mom. She had Azheimer’s disease for the past ten years. I found a way to effectively communicate with mom right up until her death and would like to share with you. … Continue reading
At first glance, a regulation that requires healthcare professionals, para professionals and support staff to report suspected patient abuse seems like a sound practice to ensure safe patient care. And really, who can argue against reporting suspected abuse of patients? … Continue reading