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Communicating with people with dementia: Using body language and physical contact - Hiblio

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Communication isn't just talking. It also involves gestures, movement and facial expressions. A person with dementia will read your body language, and sudden movements or a tense facial expression may cause upset or distress, making communication more difficult. However, there are several ways you can make communication easier, in this short video from Hiblio.