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Communicating with loved ones who cannot speak

For many of us, a time comes when we are visiting or living with a loved who cannot communicate his or her needs. This person cannot tell us when there is pain; this person cannot tell us about love given and received; this person cannot communicate his or her most basic needs. It's up to us to try to determine what the needs are. It's also up to us to understand that communicating our love to them is vital.

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