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7 Ways Montessori Based Dementia Care Promotes Engagement In Activities

Updated: Feb 23

If you take care of a loved one with dementia, you have probably found it challenging at one time or another to get them to participate in activities. How you approach your loved one plays a significant role in the way they respond to you and how they participate in activities. Whether those activities are part of daily personal hygiene, recreation, fitness, or socialization with others, your approach can encourage engagement without a battle or the need to rely on medications that may have adverse effects. Here are seven specific ways you can promote engagement in activities as a caregiver:

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