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Couples that have spent years, or even decades together, learn how to communicate easily and effectively. Unfortunately, after an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, that communication no longer works. You can’t depend on the same communication strategies and you can’t expect the spouse you’re speaking with to recognize the same experiences and references that used to serve as important parts of your relationship.Better Alzheimer's Communication Using the CARE Method

Although this is a difficult transition for couples to go through, there are some Alzheimer’s communication tips that can help during this time. See these tips and read more about using the CARE Method to communicate with a spouse with the disease.

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Last Updated: February 15, 2019

As the Alzheimer’s epidemic increases, younger family members may find themselves responsible for senior loved ones with the disease. In an effort to better prepare younger generations for the challenges of caregiving, the UCLA Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Program has developed caregiver education, training and webinars to equip Alzheimer’s caregivers of all ages.UCLA Helps Prepare Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Learn more about UCLA’s innovative caregiver education program and how it helps improve the lives of both caregivers and those living with dementia.

The Urgent Need for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, there are more than five million Americans living with the disease, with Read more

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