Suggestion; Tell yourself (aloud) … then tell yourself again.
Greetings can be very confusing …
My challenges with verbal comprehension have continued and intensified. So husband and i have some current coping strategies, but we are definitely hoping more strategies will show up soon.
This is just about my top concern for my own brain decline.
Newest challenge is lack of word recognition. Words flow over me and around me, but I do not recognize them.
Be willing to invest NOW in learning communication skills for the later stages, so that you can more easily discern the language spoken in the “fading” communications of late-stage dementia … because relationships are what make life worth living.
Remember when Teepa Snow had us put our hands in front of forehead, then illustrated impulse filter? Well lately I am seeing that demonstrated in my own life; my impulse-control is getting a hole in it. …This is really devastating. My iron-strong stubbornness of self-control is a big part of my personhood. Can I still BE reliable Truthful Loving Kindness .. if I cannot even rely on myself?
This is really devastating. My iron-strong stubbornness of self-control is a big part of my personhood. Can I still BE reliable Truthful Loving Kindness .. if I cannot even rely on myself? As far as talking, it comes back to what I said three months ago; the only secrets I know I can keep … are the ones I forget. So again; if you don’t want me to spill the beans … don’t put them in the pot !
Conversation Tips: My problem with communication is once I lose track, everything after that starts to crumble. The following suggestions may help me stay on track and participate in conversations at least in this early stage. … Environment, Content, and Timing. … These efforts took approximately 25hrs in six days to complete written portion, in order to begin graphic.
Tru here. In the last year or so I don’t communicate one-on-one very well. It has become strained and costs a lot of energy. A common dementia symptom is my sound-processing disorder; trying to unscramble numerous connected sounds into words, sentences and thought sequences, in order to understand what someone is telling me costs me […]