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Behaviors and Communication
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Cost: Free

Communication becomes more difficult as Alzheimer’s progresses. This can lead to frustration and confusion for the person with the disease, resulting in behaviors that are difficult for caregivers to understand and manage. This program will introduce caregivers, family members and friends to a number of skills and strategies to help improve communication. Techniques will be shared to better anticipate behavior “triggers” so that these can be avoided.

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