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Visiting with Confidence: Spending Time with a Loved One with Memory Loss

For some people, the mere thought of visiting a friend or relative living with Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia can be quite unsettling – in some cases even nerve racking. Understandably, those not familiar with memory loss have many questions and concerns over what they will encounter:

“Will they even recognize me and remember who I am? Will they understand what I’m saying? How should I act? How will they react? Will it be a waste of time for both of us? Should I even bother?”

Why Reminiscing with Your Loved One with Memory Loss is so Valuable

Sue Sunderland, Executive Director at the soon-to-open senior living community, The Bridges at Warwick in Jamison, Pa., says, “Here, we believe very strongly in the power of positive relationships for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. As a result, we offer countless ways for our residents to connect with one another, their families and our team members.

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