Mar 23, 2014

The First Principle of Love for Persons with Dementia

Each time we approach a deeply forgetful person with a kindly tone of voice, a smile, and a reassuring facial expression, we are engaging them in a way that is powerful and loving.

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Bob DeMarco
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It is the compassionate carers who remain our best hope.

Continue by reading this powerful and fascinating article by Stephen G. Post.

Compassionate Care, Dementia in the 21st Century

Stephen is the author of - The Hidden Gifts of Helping: How the Power of Giving, Compassion, and Hope Can Get Us Through Hard Times.

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