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    DEMENTIA Degenerative neurological disorders possesses a great challenge for the patient as well as the caregivers,whether it is a nurse or a family member or a significant other.Theses disorders usually causes progressive deterioration of the neurological function.Some of the disease conditions progresses...
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  • Understanding Dementia
    Understanding Dementia Dementia is not a disease but a group of conditions resulting from a disease such as Alzheimer’s and Vascular dementia or a group of symptoms which may result from age, brain injury, confusion, difficulty in performing day to day or familiar tasks, changes in personality, mood...
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  • DEM308
    interactions with individuals who have dementia Unit Code: DEM 308 1. How do individuals with dementia communicate through their behaviour (1.1) Persons with dementia may communicate through behaviours such as: • Repetition of actions or questions, this may communicate anxiety over memory loss, boredom...
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  • Explian How Individuals with Dementia Communicate Through Their Behaviour
    1. Explain how individuals with dementia may communicate through their behaviour. Dementia sufferers communicate in many different ways. They may not be able to speak but they can communicate non-verbally with positive or negative behaviour. They can also communicate using body language and through...
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  • Health and Social Care
    Unit 13 –Dementia Awareness 1) 1.1. Explain what is meant by the term ‘dementiaDementia is a set of symptoms that affect the way people think and interact with each other. It is not a disease, but can often be linked to a disease or damage done to the brain. Short-time memory, mind, speech and...
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  • Dementia
    Unit 13. Dementia Awareness Explain what is meant by the term 'Dementia'. Dementia, meaning “deprived of mind” is a serious cognitive disorder, It is the result of a unique global brain injury or progressive disease, resulting in long-term damage or disease in the body beyond what might be expected...
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  • communication and dementia
    Understand and enable communication Different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates. People with alzheimers and most other types of dementia,often suffer from short-term memory loss.This means that they may be unable to remember events that have just happened or they may...
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  • Unit 371 Level 3 Diploma
    Form 6 Learner Performance Evidence Record for Holistic Assessment of Units Use this form to record details of activities (tick as appropriate) Observed by your assessor □ Assignments / Projects □ Seen by a witness □ Questions ...
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    Name: Unit DEM: 210 Unit Title: Understand and enable interaction and communication with individuals with dementia Unit sector reference: DEM 210 Level: 2 Credit value: 3 Guided learning hours: 19 Unit expiry date: 31/05/2015 Unit accreditation number: A/601/9434 Unit purpose...
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  • ncfe dementia awareness
    Explain what is meant by the term ‘dementia’ Learner answer 1 dementia is not a disease or illness its an overall term which describes a wide range of symptoms associated with a decline in memories or a persons other mental abilities which in turn can reduce a persons ability to perform everyday tasks. ...
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  • Understand the Process and Experience of Dementia
    Understand the process and experience of dementia Understand the neurology of dementia 1.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome Fixed cognitive impairments are due to a single event. Traumatic brain injury may cause generalized damage to the white matter of the brain or localized damages...
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  • NVQ3, DEM 301
    Understand the process and experience of dementia 1.1 Describe a range of causes of dementia syndrome Dementia is not a single disease, but rather a non-specific illness syndrome (i.e., set of signs and symptoms). Is a broad term used to describe a range of signs and symptoms consistent with...
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  • Fay Caramel
    communication, skills and behaviour to be able to interact with others and as in individual where. In communication barriers recognised and caused problem like for example with a service user speaking a different language , the barriers communication may be physical , intellectual, social , cultural ...
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  • Alzheimer's type (SDAT)
    Alternative Names Senile dementia - Alzheimer's type (SDAT); SDAT Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia, a general term for memory loss and other intellectual abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life. Alzheimer's disease accounts for 50 to 80 percent of dementia cases. AD is a slowly...
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  • Dementia
    meant by the term `dementia' Unit-1, Q2. Describe how dementia can affect a person if the following areas of the brain are damaged by dementia Frontal lobe: Parietal lobe: Temporal lobe: Occipital lobe: Cerebellum: Unit-1, Q3.Explain why the following may be mistaken for dementia a) depression b) delirium...
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  • dementia awareness
    and interaction with people who have dementia. Dementia is a illness caused by a gradual death of the brain cells, it is not a single condition but a range of several symptoms, and each person will experience different symptoms as no two people are the same. Dementia is not a normal part of aging progress...
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  • comm dis
    hemisphere of the brain, the nondominant hemisphere for language-----Deficits may be neuromuscular, perceptual and linguistic ----- Families report personality and mood changes including indifference and apathy----- Communication disorders are not language based – a combination of cognitive deficits results...
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  • Alzheimer Essay 2
    Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, a serious brain disorder that impacts daily living through memory loss and cognitive changes.  Alzheimer’s is a degenerative disease, progressing from mild forgetfulness to widespread neurological impairment and ultimately death. Chemical and structural...
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  • Miss
    WORKBOOK DEM201 Dementia awareness 3Spiritfreeing the possibilities Tel: 01923 264200 Web: www.3Spirit.org Email: info@3spirit.org | working in partnership with | | | Copyright © 2012 3Spirit. All rights reserved. Any unauthorised broadcasting, public performance, copying or...
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  • Unit 52 Level 3 Health and Siocial Care
    1. Understand that each individual’s experience of dementia is unique. 1.1 Their customs and religious practices are very important to them. It defines who they are. Some like their dietary needs met regarding not eating pork etc. Some only like their own sex handling their needs some will not accept...
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