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Excellence in Patient Care Symposium 2021 (DIPEx.ch)
129, Mrs Lefebre can count on her friends every day.
128, Mr Jenny is grateful to his brother for being there for him.
127, Mr Reinhart is concerned about a positive mood, which contributes a lot to Mrs Reinhart's well-being.
126, Mr Esposito cannot express his perspective to his children, which he can understand.
125, Mr Esposito repeatedly expresses the wish to end his life in the interview.
124, Mr Cohen hopes that the disease will not progress so quickly.
169, Mr Vuillemin has made an advance directive on his own.
168, Mr Cohen made an advance directive with the nursing staff and his wife after the diagnosis.
165, Mrs Zeller filled out an advance directive with her mother when she moved to the nursing home.
163, The Jenny brothers see the advance directive differently.
162, Due to dementia, Mr Vuillemin has changed his diet.
155, Mr Jenny takes a sleeping pill for his nightly restlessness.
148, Dementia is invisible, yet it causes suffering, says Mr Vuillemin.
146, His brother is still doing well and can largely live independently, says Mr Jenny.
142, Ms Lefebre says, that doctors and therapists need to be able to explain the disease in order to recognise oneself in it.
141, Ms Lefebre recommends going to the doctor if something is wrong.
138, Mr Jenny's slowing down is causing his brother problems.
135, Mr Jenny is reticent in providing information about his illness.
133, Ms Lefebre goes for a walk outside to relieve the negative mood and the feeling of tension and stress.
132, Mr Vuillemin walks a lot and practices muscle relaxation every day.
123, Mr Jenny's doctor said that it is possible to live well with dementia for a long time.
122, Ms Morel no longer thinks much about the future. She focuses on what still works today.
118, By classifying dementia as a complaint of old age, Mr Jenny can better accept the disease.
115, Through memory training, Ms Morel practices self-confidence and self-discipline.
112, Through occupational therapy, Mr Cohen has discovered a creative occupation for himself.
111, It is important for Mrs Morel to be able to help out and be active.
110, Mr Vuillemin observes himself.
106, Dementia has turned her previous life upside down, says Ms Lefebre.
96, Ms Lefebre notices that she stutters more often when she speaks.
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