Learner Performance Evidence Record for Holistic Assessment of Units
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Candidate Name: Claire Barnes Registration Number: YPS873 Date: September 2012 |Links to |Performance Evidence | |Unit No |Learning |Ass. | | |371. |Outcome |Criteria | | | |1 |1 |Explain how different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates. | | | | | | | | | |Picks Disease and Frontal Lobe Dementia | | | | |An individual who has Picks Disease will find communicating and interaction difficult as the individual may lose their ability | | | | |to find the correct words to express themselves and may use the wrong words. There is also a loss of facial expression which | | | | |makes it difficult for others to interpret their mood. Physical expression may also be lost and the individual may not like to | | | | |be touched. The individual may have difficulty understanding the written and spoken word. In some cases the individual will | | | | |not speak at all. | | | | | | | | | |Cruetzfeldt Jakob Disease | | | | |In this type of dementia the decline in the ability to interact and communicate will be rapid. Memory loss, hallucinations, and| | | | |personality changes will occur and cause problems with the individual’s ability to communicate. | | | | | | | | | |Alzheimer’s Disease | | | | |An individual with Alzheimer’s disease may have difficulty communicating verbally and may find it difficult to find the right | | | | |words. In time the individual may not be able to communicate verbally at all. The individual may be misinterpreting their | | | | |surroundings and may confuse generations of family making interaction difficult. The person with dementia and those they are | |...