Bereavement in cognitively impaired older adults: case series and clinical considerations.

Abstract

The intersection of bereavement and cognitive impairment presents unique clinical challenges that have been overlooked in the literature. Cognitive impairment can interfere with normal ways of coping in the aftermath of loss. Elderly persons with cognitive impairment may have difficulty processing their loss and may even forget that their loved one has died… (More)

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