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6 Tips on Repetitive Questions Due to Dementia

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“WHAT TIME IS IT?” Repetitive questions are common in dementia, triggering frustration and anxiety in caregiver and patient alike. If you are ever at a loss as to how to deal with repetitive questions, check out these tips from UCLA Health.






7 Best Clocks for Dementia

“What time is it?” and “What day is today?” may be repeated too often by people with dementia. It’s disorienting and frustrating for everyone. DEMENTIA CLOCKS offer patience, convenience and good looks. Check out these 7 options.

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