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Communication and understanding

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Having conversations

Behaviour changes

Sharing memories

Seeing friends and family

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    • Aggression. Alzheimer's Society. www.alzheimers.org.uk, last reviewed May 2013
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    • The person behind the dementia. Social Care Institute for Excellence. www.scie.org.uk, last updated May 2015
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  • Reviewed by Graham Pembrey, Lead Health Editor, Bupa Health Content Team, September 2017
    Expert reviewer, Professor Graham Stokes, Bupa Global Director of Dementia Care
    Next review due September 2020

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