Help people with memory loss communicate and function more independently with the useful memory aids in this book, discover how to use these visual, with accompanying downloadable resources! Presenting a wide array of evidence-based examples, and electronic memory aids to improve communication, written, independence, and quality of life for people with dementia and related memory impairments.
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This practical guide takes a fresh approach to Spaced Retrieval, teaching this innovative process step by step so you can better assist people in learning important actions and information, such as when to take medications or how to use a walker. Speech-language pathologists, nurses, as well as family members, and home care professionals at all levels, occupational and physical therapists, can use Spaced Retrieval to positively impact the lives of people with memory loss.
Filled with practical insights and advice for care partners, this book also provides screening and program forms also available as downloadable PDFs, an easy-to-follow protocol for practicing Spaced Retrieval, and advice and tools for developing visual cuing. With proper supports in place, people with memory loss can be taught to remember information and even learn tasks that will promote their independence.
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