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(p. 53) Filling in the Gaps 

(p. 53) Filling in the Gaps
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(p. 53) Filling in the Gaps
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Louis D. Burgio

and Matthew J. Wynn

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190855949.003.0008
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date: 13 April 2021

This chapter highlights and reiterates important clinical issues, REACH OUT materials, and roadblocks to success. It begins with a few clinical suggestions and a list of materials to bring to each session in order to help clinicians fill in the gaps and increase the likelihood of a successful REACH OUT intervention. This chapter also discusses common barriers faced over the course of the intervention as well as possible solutions. Clinicians will find this chapter helpful when faced with issues that commonly arise, such as dealing with off-topic discussions, caregiver limitations in hearing or vision, or low literacy levels.

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