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Q: 1.2 Give examples of how carers and others may misinterpret communication
A: The person with dementia may be trying to interpret a world that no longer makes sense to them because their brain is processing information incorrectly. [ Sometimes the person with dementia and those around them will misinterpret each other's attempts at communication. These misunderstandings can be difficult, and may require some support. ]
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User: 1.2 Give examples of how carers and others may misinterpret communication

Weegy: The person with dementia may be trying to interpret a world that no longer makes sense to them because their brain is processing information incorrectly. [ Sometimes the person with dementia and those around them will misinterpret each other's attempts at communication. These misunderstandings can be difficult, and may require some support. ]
rhey22787|Points 936|

User: 1.3 Explain the importance of effective communication to an individual with dementia

Weegy: Dementia is a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. It affects memory, thinking, language, judgment, and behavior.
selymi|Points 8842|

User: 1.3 Explain the importance of effective communication to an individual with dementia

Weegy: Dementia is a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. It affects memory, thinking, language, judgment, and behavior.
selymi|Points 8842|

User: 1.4 Describe how different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates

User: 2.1 Give examples of positive interactions with individuals who have dementia

Weegy: Examples are : 1) Have a positive interactive environment. A positive mood, tone of voice, and body language will go a long way to providing a better opportunity to positively interact with someone with dementia. [ 2) Make sure you have the attention of the person with dementia. Remind the person with dementia who you are, your relation to them, and anything else that may help them focus on what you have to discuss with them. 3)Be clear. Don?t use complicated language or raise your voice. 4) Asking yes or no questions and/or giving simple choices are also ways for a chance at successful communication. ]
lhyn29lhyn|Points 550|

User: 2.2 Explain how positive interactions with individuals who have dementia can contribute to their wellbeing

Weegy: Positive reactions will help them because they wont feel so left out. By including them in things, and being nice and friendly, it weill help them not be so depressed and lost because of their condition.
brrittanyx|Points 15|

User: 2.3 Explain the importance of involving individuals with dementia in a range of activities

Weegy: the importance of involving individuals with dementia in a range of activities first, people dealing with them should understand what a dementia is. [ Dementia is an illness characterized by a group of signs and symptoms caused by the gradual death of brain cells. They should have knowledge and skills along with compassion and reasoning to understand people who was under dementia. ]
ginbapt2000|Points 30|

User: 2.4 Compare a reality orientation approach to interactions with a validation approach

User: 3.1 List the physical and mental health needs that may need to be considered when communicating with an individual with dementia

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