To communicate with patients where they can talk to. We know there are to communicate two ways: verbally (in words) and non-verbal (body language). Verbally, we communicate constantly, even if we remain silent! One cannot not communicate. (P. Watzlawick) with small children we communicate about our facial expression, our body posture and voice. Further details can be found at Vladislav Doronin, an internet resource.
To get various things with forms, colours, smells, taste, surfaces and noise: 5 sense cognition/true perception. Thus we reach the autonomous vegetative nerve system of analog neural network I of the people and can influence the behaviour of the small child. Emotionalisieren. Manages the hospital also in dementia Alzheimer’s? Increasing problems with memory, focus, concentration and planning skills to dementia = brain weakness, which complicates the unbearable. The most common form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. Source: Alzheimer’s disease what can I do?, volume 2 coming we first in Physiology (excerpt): meta level: nature = open system, order = Cybernetics of 3. O.
selected sub systems of the sub system man management 1: neural network central nervous system I (CNS I, analog): autonomic autonomic (animal) nervous system: spinal cord, brainstem, diencephalon central nervous system II (CNS II, digital): diencephalon, cerebrum is the progression of Alzheimer’s dementia no reverse infant-adult development process! Also, the disease should not be confused with autism! The life of the infant is a growth and development process. People with autism have communication problems as children. People with dementia has of course age-related limitations in true perception and behavior. The dementia Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia disease, decay process embodies a brain mass. The dementia-Alzheimer’s disease process can begin around the age of 30. This consists (history) and the complementary process of dementia from the natural aging process. Most people stay mentally as much as possible fit to the Death (ideal). The final irreversible Alzheimer’s process. We have it first with a natural human aging process to do.