Behavior changes and communication in Alzheimer's
Improve communication skills and manage sundowning and other behaviors with these resources for Alzheimer's caregivers.
Use these tips to effectively work and communicate with cognitively impaired patients.
Understand the possible causes of agitation and aggression related to Alzheimer's, and learn how to respond to troubling behavior.
Take steps to protect belongings while letting a person with Alzheimer's rummage through drawers and other storage areas.
Learn how to make changes at home to discourage someone with Alzheimer's disease from wandering.
Learn how to react and keep things calm when a person with Alzheimer's experiences hallucinations, delusions, or paranoia.
Get tips for coping with sundowning—restlessness or agitation in the late afternoon and early evening in a person with Alzheimer's.
Get caregiving tips for managing sleep problems in someone with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia.
Get tips for coping with personality and behavior changes, such as pacing or feeling sad, that are common in people with Alzheimer's disease.
Get tips on how to improve verbal and nonverbal communication with a person with Alzheimer's disease.