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People with mental health have difficulty in making decisions

People with severe mental health conditions, including dementia, may have difficulty in making and communicating decisions. Very few people are unable to be involved in making choices at all, but some may have partial or fluctuating mental capacity and may need help with communication. Pioneering work within the area of communication with older people with dementia has illustrated both the possibility and impact of supporting and training care staff in skilled communication practices, even with people whose verbal communication is limited.

As the condition progresses, it is possible that the rewards from the relationship between the family carer and care recipient will diminish; for example, they may no longer be able to offer expressions of gratitude or recognition, and this may contribute to depression on the part of the family carer.

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