• Level 3 Nvq Dementia Awareness
    whilst their abilities go down. Medication may produce more hallucinations or tremors therefore once again their needs are increased. 2.1 Describe the impact of early diagnosis and follow up to diagnosis. Early diagnosis of dementia can have a huge impact on the individual and their family...
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  • nvq2 hsc unit 18
    lots of noise you may find them very nervous, frightened this could have a negative impact on their illness. 3.4 describe how behaviour of carers and others might affect an individual with dementia. Always remember when visiting a service user with dementia to try and keep to the same routine...
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  • Understand the process and experience of Dementia
    the frequency it is reported with the level of detail and should have observation reports. 2.4 Describe the possible impact of receiving a diagnosis of dementia on a) the individual may become shocked, anxious, stressed, disorientated, frightened, may have to retire early leading to financial...
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  • Dementia
    learner can: Exemplification      profile carrying out reminiscence therapy carrying out complementary therapy communicating appropriately providing creative activities behaviour monitoring 3.3 Describe how myths and stereotypes related to dementia may affect the individual and their carers...
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  • Understand the diversity of individuals with dementia and the importance of inclusion
    give up work, they don’t have a pension, or a regular income that they can rely on to pay for care. 2.3- describe how the experience of an individual’s dementia may impact on carers Many carers report personal satisfaction from their caring role. However unpaid caring can have a considerable...
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  • nvq unit306 dementia
    required as well as involving multi agencies for guidance/support. Describe the possible impact of receiving a diagnosis of dementia on 1. The individual 2. Family/friends Individual: in the first instance an individual may experience a mixed range of emotions such as confusion, fear, anger and...
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  • Rebeccam
    and carers but it is a natural part of the individuals memory loss and dementia. The individual with dementia may be trying to interpret a world that no longer makes any sense to them because their brain is processing information incorrectly aswell as the individual and others aroud them will...
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  • Dementia awareness unit
    prevalence rates for different types of dementia 11. Describe how different individuals may experience living with dementia depending on age, type of dementia, and level of ability and disability 12. Outline the impact that the attitudes and behaviours of others may have on an individual with...
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  • CU 1682
    the home if the person with dementia shows signs of agitation or distress in crowds. 1.4: Describe the impact the behaviours of carers and others may have on an individual with dementia: People with dementia can display certain behaviours which can be seen by others as inappropriate or...
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  • Dem 301
    . Describe how myths and stereotypes related to dementia may affect the individual and their carers People with dementia may view themselves and may be viewed by others as unfortunate victims, needing pity and a ‘burden on care’. Because of this the individual with dementia and their carers may feel...
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  • Understand the Process and Experience of Dementia
    individual newly diagnosed with dementia may be left feeling stigmatised, discriminated against, inadequate, isolated and have a low self esteem. 3.4 Describe ways in which individuals and carers can be supported to overcome their fear Advising the person and their family to talk about their...
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  • ncfe dementia awareness
    decide that they need it or when the nurse can see that the individual is in pain so they can ask the individual if they need/want medication as many individuals with dementia are unable to verbally express pain symptoms, the nurse/carer may need to rely on other information they have about the...
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  • describe a range of course of dementia syndrome
    observe any changes in their abilities with dealing with dementia. DESCRIBE HOW MYTHS AND STEREOTYPES RELATED DEMENTIA MAY AFFECT THE INDIVIDUAL AND THEIR CARERS; The way that myths and stereotypes may affect us is that you shall be expected to carry out and follow the myths, that it must be carry out...
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  • Nvq Level 3
    their responses delayed. 3.3 Describe how the environment might affect an individual with dementia: Dementia is a loss of the brain function that occurs with certain diseases. It affects the memory, thinking, language, judgement and behaviour. 3.4 Describe how the behaviour of carers and others...
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  • MISS
    , they may think they have made the bed when someone else has. As their self-awareness declines, so will their ability to express their thoughts and feelings accurately. 4. Explain how other factors can cause change in an indivduals condition that may not attributable to dementia. - Many...
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  • Understand the Role of Communication and Interactions with Individuals Who Have Dementia (Dem 308)
    . describe how different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates. All forms of dementia can affect the way a person communicates, so in time they may have to find different ways of expressing themselves and their feelings. As a carer your non-verbal communication will become...
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  • Understanding Specific Needs- Health and Social Care Related
    set up in order to cope with dealing with challenging behaviour, for example, many organisations for people with learning disabilities or dementia have strategies for coping with challenging behaviour. Some of these organisations also provide opportunities for carers to connect with other people in...
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  • NVQ3, DEM 301
    Pick's disease (another form of dementia), and may actually worsen symptoms. . Early diagnosis will ensure that the individual and their carers have an understanding of the changes in memory, personality and behaviour they are experiencing or can expect to occur. It will also allow the individual...
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  • Assignment 371 Dementia
    sentence is then the more likely they are to forget the beginning of it. A4) Describe the impact the behaviours of carers and others may have on an individual with dementia. As a carer it is important how you come across to a person with dementia, they still have emotions and feelings. Your body...
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  • Dementia
    . - their family and friends. Once again it is important to remember that every individual is different. Therefore the impact of a diagnosis of dementia will effect everybody differently. For some it may be a relief to have their symptoms diagnosed. They may feel they can plan for the future knowing...
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