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  • Encourage them to visit, but to call ahead and arrange a good time to visit.

  • Celebrate early in the day or have a luncheon rather than dinner to reduce likelihood of sundowner syndrome.

  • Familiarize visitors with behavior and condition changes of the loved one with AD.

  • Try not to have too many people over at one time – it may be overwhelming.

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