Sep 19, 2015

Do you take away the dignity of your loved one living with dementia?

A reader came to the Alzheimer's Reading Room after entering the following string of words into Google Search.

does it take away an alzheimer's dignity when you tell their family and friends about their behavior and struggles?

So the question is

Do you take away the dignity of your loved one living with dementia if you tell family and friends about their behavior?

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Dignity: "The quality of being worthy of esteem or respect"

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