The inevitable evolution of cognitive disorders in neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease, raises questions about the modalities and objectives of care provided to people with these diseases. It justifies the acquisition of a holistic and humanistic perspective to maintain the person as a whole at the core of our priorities. Person-centered care meets this requirement by being rooted in a supportive relationship.
Keywords: Alzheimer’s disease; elderly person; empathie; empathy; humanism; humanisme; maladie d’Alzheimer; patient-centered care; personne âgée; quality of life; qualité de vie; soin centré sur la personne.
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