Accepting Your Loved One’s New RealityThe Alzheimer's Site
When you care about someone, it’s second nature to set them straight when they get their facts mixed up. But when it comes to interacting with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s, it’s important to recognize that your family member or friend is living in a slightly different world. Correcting them, even gently, can add to their confusion. Instead, focus on what they know and feel in the current situation. This will help you connect to each other.
The following video clip reminds us that reality can mean different things to different people – and urges us to recognize that that’s okay.