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How to comunacate with a stroke person

Does anyone know how to talk and carry on with a stroke person that can't talk at all?
my daddy just had a stroke 3 days ago and he can't talk at us at all. We can't figure out how to comunacate with him. any ideas would be of a help to us. he can't move his right side at all.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Reminiscing is nice...try to talk of endearing times, funny times, just anything at all. If he can blink you can create a system for yes and no responses from him. If he can squeeze your hand, the same thing applies. Assume he has itchy spots and hot spots and try to do for him, like turning and fluffing a pillow, or using a damp cool cloth to sponge his neck and face...use your imagination. If he can give a yes or no response you can use it to find out if and where he hurts, itches, is too cold or hot, etc. He's in there...and family can do wonders for him.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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