Discussion: Should Someone with Dementia Make Important Decisions?

Discussion in 'Spotlight: Recent Articles' started by Elaine C.Pereira, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. <p>Remember They Don’t Remember People living with dementia can and should make choices throughout their journey. Those in the later and more severe stages of Alzheimer’s/dementia are likely to have limited and erratic communication skills.  Caring for them including make simple and complex decisions in their behalf is necessary. The critical factor is how important […]</p>
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