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People with Advanced Alzheimer’s Disease:
The behavior of a person in the later stages of Alzheimer’s Disease has meaning.
People with advanced Alzheimer’s commonly die from:
Knowing the person’s medical history can be useful when trying to determine if the person is in pain.
For long or large events, the caregiver should arrange for:
A person with Alzheimer’s can learn new information.
The Three S’s used to ensure a balance in the day’s activities are:
As the disease progresses, it spreads to different areas of the brain. That’s why no single solution works for everyone.
Characteristically, the behavior of a person in the later stages of Alzheimer’s Disease:
Behavior that appears to be sexual in nature can be:
Care of the person with advanced Alzheimer’s includes:
Caregivers are most successful when they:
People become less able to tolerate commotion as the disease progresses.
Napping during the daytime hours should be in the bedroom.
A person’s past has little bearing on his or her care during mid to late stage Alzheimer’s Disease.
Sexually inappropriate behavior is not a frequent problem with Alzheimer’s patients.
Visitors should plan to stay at least an hour or two so the person with advancing Alzheimer’s has time to adjust to the change.
One core principle of care is to stop when the person says no to something.
Another core principle of care is to show respect for the person’s feelings by acknowledging his or her concerns.
A third core principle is to encourage the person to follow your lead in matters of scheduled times and activities.