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Animal comforts

September 9, 2016
by Beth Thomas Hertz
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Aminals have a special power to connect with seniors, including those whose dementia makes it hard for them to communicate. Furry, fuzzy and feathered assistants help their human counterparts engage residents with company and comfort near the end of life.

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