Tracy Helling at CarePartners Living shares three most important things to keep in mind during interactions with senior loved ones who have Alzheimer’s and dementia.

They can’t make new memories, so correcting them and arguing with them just causes distress. Have a sense of humor when the unusual happens. And remember that every day is a new day – someone with Alzheimer’s and dementia lives in the moment, so if they get angry with you, they won’t carry that into tomorrow.

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