Whether you are visiting a grandparent or you are a social worker who deals with older adults from time to time age related health problems can present a barrier to effective communication chronic conditions such as dementia and hearing loss as well as the effects of medication can complicate conversations and understanding. Caring for and having successful relationships with older adults often requires unique communication skills and strategies below are five tips for successful communication with seniors not all. Make older patients comfortable ask staff to make sure patients have a comfortable seat in the waiting room and help with fill out forms if necessary be aware that older patients may need to be escorted to and from exam rooms offices restrooms and the waiting area staff should check on them often if they have a long wait in the exam room. Communicating with the elderly can often be challenging senior citizens may have multiple physical or mental ailments differences in ideals and viewpoints or other issues that may make it difficult to communicate they may be faced with psychological issues such as dementia that make it hard for them to care for themselves
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