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Early to Mid Stage Alzheimers

Welcome to your 11. Test Your Understanding of Caring for Someone with Early to Mid Stage Alzheimer's Disease

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when someone with Alzheimer's asks the same question over and over
Aggressive behavior is
A strength of the person with Alzheimer's is
A person with Alzheimer's may substitute words. The caregiver should
When someone with Alzheimer's asks ïor someone who has passed away, it is best to
Some people with Alzheimer's have days when they are alert and clear­headed.
It ls important to remind the person that he or she has Alzheimer's.
Alzheimer's Disease only affects certain areas of the brain.
Baby talk has been shown to be an effective communication technique for people with Alzheimer's.
Even when people with Alzheimer's can no longer talk or have trouble finding words, they can usually still sing the lyrics of a song from beginning to end.
Generally, it is unrealistic lo expect that people with Alzheimer's can learn  information, especially in the later stages of the disease.
When caring for someone with Alzheimer's, the most important thing to

care of is that person's feelings.
Self­care is as important as providing care for the person with Alzheimer's Disease.
Activities can often be enjoyable experiences for the person with Alzheimer's especially when expectations for a certain outcome are met
Non­verbal communication including posture and gestures is important in Alzheimers care.
It's okay to go anywhere in any time period to communicate with the person with Alzheirner's.
The person with Alzheimer's has only the present moment and usually cannot remember the moment before that.
The caregiver's role is to get the person with Alzheimer's to try harder and pay attention more closely.