Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Banging and Rattling

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Banging and Rattling

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Banging and Rattling is a course designed to equip caregivers with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage and respond to the challenging behaviors often exhibited by individuals with dementia. This course focuses on the specific behaviors of banging and rattling, which can be disruptive, distressing, and potentially harmful. The course aims to provide caregivers with a deeper understanding of why these behaviors occur, what they might signify, and how to approach and address them in a way that is respectful and supportive to the individual with dementia.

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Overview

Details
  • Lessons: 4
  • Number of tests: 2
  • Hours: 0.5 hours
  • Students who are studying this course: 151
What you will learn
  • The reasons behind banging and rattling in dementia patients
  • Strategies for managing and responding to banging and rattling
  • Safety considerations when dealing with these behaviors
  • The importance of communication and empathy in dealing with challenging behaviors

Lessons

    • Introduction to Dementia and Behavioral ChangesIntroduction to Dementia and Behavioral Changes
    • 3 mins
    • Understanding Banging and Rattling BehaviorsUnderstanding Banging and Rattling Behaviors
    • 2 mins
    • Causes of Banging and Rattling in Individuals with DementiaCauses of Banging and Rattling in Individuals with Dementia
    • 4 mins
    • Knowledge Review Knowledge Review
    • 4 mins
    • Strategies for Managing Banging and RattlingStrategies for Managing Banging and Rattling
    • 4 mins
    • Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Banging and Rattling Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Banging and Rattling
    • 11 mins

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