Keeping the line of communication open when your loved one can’t speak anymore

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There may eventually come a time when the person you care for becomes totally mute and won’t talk at all.

This is when non-verbal communication will be even more important.

Special touches on the hand or back will offer reassurance to the patient and give a sense of security.

As a care giver, it is important to have as much meaningful communication at each stage of the disease

Find out more in this week’s Successful Aging.


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