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5 Tips for Visiting A Relative With Dementia in Hospice

Research shows that 44.7 percent of hospice patients are diagnosed with dementia, and the condition can be painful for visitors. You might worry about your relative failing to recognise you, becoming agitated or getting upset when it’s time for you to go home. However, this doesn’t mean that you need to avoid visits altogether. By setting realistic expectations, and getting prepared for and planning for different situations, you can ensure that your stay runs as smoothly as possible. Keep reading for five tips on visiting a friend or relative with dementia. 1. Keep Your Expectations Realistic Visiting a relative with dementia can be particularly difficult because the condition can worsen rel

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