Interacting with Your Doctor


Alzheimer’s Disease – Dialogue in Design

When you or your loved one goes to a doctor’s appointment, there should always be someone present without Alzheimer’s. This extra person can be an extra set of ears and can write down important information such as strategies that can be used to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s and any information about the medications that are prescribed. It’s good to have any questions for the doctor written down before the appointment to make sure that everything that needs to be addressed is. Sit down with a loved one to think about important questions that you have. Your doctor may ask you if you have considered home care or assisted living, so you should look into this beforehand and see if it’s something you’d consider.

Dialogue in Design - Alzheimer's Disease

NewLifeOutlook TeamNewLifeOutlook Team
Jan 2, 2014
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