A person with Alzheimer’s will eventually need assistance with eating. Decreased appetite, difficulty swallowing, inability to use utensils, or not understanding how to eat are all challenges that may lead to malnourishment or dehydration.
As the care partner, you must be observant, creative, and flexible to ensure your loved one receives the proper amount of nutrition. There are techniques that can be implemented to help, and the following specially selected resources will help you better understand.
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