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How To Care For Someone With Memory Losses At Home

Our brain controls the who body, when something happen to your brain it affects your body physically. This is because the brain receive information from the whole body, example when someone steps on hot object, the nerve will send the impulses through the spinal cord to the brain. The brain will then tell the person what is happening to him or her feet before the person will be able to take any action.

When someone's brain is affected it affects the person's memory, sometimes the person's speech, co-ordinations, stimulations and other body responses. Sometimes these people are taken care of by specialist in the hospitals, sometimes they are kept in their homes with their family member. The following are some of the things you can do to support such a person at home.

If you are taking care of someone with memory problem, these things may help the person restore confidence, independence and dignity.

1) Be flexible and patient. Help the person to remember what him or her can, don't give the person instructions.

2) Make it easier for him or her to remember new information. For instance, keep new information simply and repeat it often. Break down new activities into small steps.

3) Write down important piece of information.

4) Keep a regular routine. This will help the person feel more secured and make him or her to remember what usually happen during the day. Too much variety and stimulation can be confusing.

5) Give verbal cue than asking questions. For example say:" This is comfort, your sister who has come to see you. Don't say:" This is comfort do you remember who she is?

6) Seek help from friend who have knowledge about the condition.

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