Patronizing speech refers to inappropriate speech to older adults that is based on stereotypes of incompetence and dependence . Patronizing speech is also defined as a speech marked by slower speed, exaggerated intonation, higher pitch, increased volume, repetitions, closed-ended questions, and simplified vocabulary and grammar

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