This program will:
What was wrong with this interaction?
Choice A: Mary failed to read Robert’s non-verbal message, is a very good possibility.
Choice B: Robert was being uncooperative by not following directions, is a possibility.
Choice C: Too many directions were given at once, is also a good possibility.
Choice D: Mary focused on the task rather than on Robert, is another good answer.
Choice E: All of the above, is the best choice
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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When planning travel arrangements for someone with dementia, it is important to do which of the following?
When traveling alone, which of the following should the person with dementia carry?
Which of the following is NOT an important safety feature to take into consideration about travel destinations?
Which of the following is NOT a recommended strategy for getting someone to stop driving?
Which of the following adjustments can make driving safer?
When planning gatherings for holidays or special occasions, it is important to do which of the following?
When planning a trip with someone with dementia, it is important to consider the person’s capacity for traveling but not that of the caregiver.
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