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Dementia,including Alzheimer disease, affects about 1 in 13 seniors,many of them veterans. As you remember our war heroes on Veteran's Day,think about what you can do for them.They did so much for us
PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 03, 2008 – Veterans who suffer from various forms of dementia, including Alzheimer disease, often have very specific care needs. It is important that these veterans are cared for by people who understand their condition and have the appropriate instruction and skills.
Therefore encourage family members of veterans to gain the training they need to care for their loved one with dementia.
All people, including those with memory loss, need human contact. They need to be hugged. They need to hear your voice. They may not know you but as long as you know who they are, that's all that matters.
Talk to them about their service to our country. Often they will share stories with you because their time in the service made a huge impression on them
Tell them how........read all of support dementia veterans this Veteran's Day
For those in nursing homes and other institutions, make sure veterans with dementia are visited often.