• Agreement on how to proceed ( here terms of business must be discussed and agreed)
A2. Preliminary diagnosis (diagnosis includes the gathering and analysis of information on the client’s activities and performance; it also includes discussions with selected managers...
you are unsure of anything about this assignment.
Understand the neurology of dementia
1. Describe the range of causes of the dementia syndrome
Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe the symptoms that occur when the brain is damaged by a specific disease.
There is no cure for dementia...
the impact of recognition and diagnosis of dementia
how dementia care must be underpinned by a personcentred approach.
Level 3 Health & Social Care Diploma
1. Understand the neurology of dementia
1.1 Causes of dementia
The word ‘dementia’ is a term which describes a serious
Alzheimer's disease is a form of dementia, a term used to describe a group of brain disorders that cause memory loss and a decline in mental function over time. In fact, Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of primary dementia which is dementia caused by changes in the brain that are not the...
Dementia-----In older people
Public Awareness and Earlydiagnosis in Leicester
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Masters in Public Health
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Understand the neurology of dementia
2: Understand the impact of recognition and diagnosis of dementia
3: Understand how dementia care must be underpinned by a person centred approach
Describe a range of possible causes of dementia. O1.1
that schizophrenia was defined by the existence of a sole psychotic symptom. Seventy-five years ago, Kasanin coined the term “schizoaffective” to describe obvious mood disorder in schizophrenic patients. Schizoaffective disorder was first included in the 1952 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...
epilepsy with one in every 200. Epilepsy can have an effect on every aspect of living as it creates restrictions and many implications for the person. A diagnosis of epilepsy for a young person can be a devastating and life alternating experience.
Throughout this assignment the aspects of a young person’s...
Week 1 Introduction to Human Health and Disease
Describe the relationship between nutrition and disease prevention.
Discuss the causes, effects, treatment, and prevention of obesity.
Describe the symptoms and treatment of genetic disorders.
· Identify characteristics...
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definitions to describe the detrimental effects of alcohol intake.
In common and historic usage, alcoholism refers to any condition that result in the continued consumption of alcoholic beverages despite health problems and negative social consequences. Modern medical definitions  describe alcoholism...
higher risk of unemployment, which has negative social and economic impacts on the patients and on society at large. Therefore, return-to-work of cancer patients needs to be improved by way of an intervention. The objective is to describe the development and content of a workdirected intervention to enhance...
formulation. It then discusses why it’s important, as well as how we use it, in CBT approach. Further the paper draws some differences with Psychiatric Diagnosis. The essay includes some critics from different disciplines and what they say about CBT formulation. It discusses its strengths and weaknesses, and...
• Parkinson’s disease
Each person is an individual and thus there is no definitive path that dementia will follow and there are no exact timescales in which the condition may progress.
Individuals with dementia will have ‘good days’ and ‘bad days’ just like everyone...
The nurse has admitted a patient with a new diagnosis of pneumonia and explained to the patient that together they will plan the patient’s care and set goals for discharge. The patient says, “How is that different from what the doctor does?” Which response by the nurse is most appropriate?
Understand the process and experience of dementia
The term “dementia” describes the sets of symptoms which include loss of memory, mood changes, and problems with communication and reasoning. These symptoms occur when brain is damaged by certain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease and damage caused...
Development in its Life?
Freud’s psychosexual theory is founded on the basis of personality development, which centers on the effects of sexual impact on the individual psyche. At particular points in the developmental process, an infant concentrates on behavior which affects the primary erogenous...
of people with dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receive a diagnosis
UK dementia statistics
Affects 820,000 people in the UK
Financial cost is over £23bn pa, that is twice that of cancer, three times the impact of heart disease and four times that of stroke
Two thirds (425,000) of...
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This, however, is the perfect storm that sets up health care providers for overconfidence in their clinical diagnosis as well as
the perpetuation of clinical myths and misperceptions.
In this review, long-held myths and misperceptions...
syndrome is caused due to long term and heavy drinking habits, in it people suffer from loss of short term memory, excessive drinking can have a negative impact on our body, both in terms of physical and mental do not need to convince anybody (Bromley, 2000, pp427-36, 438). Although sometimes we forget this...