Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Exit Seeking

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Exit Seeking

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Exit Seeking is a course designed for caregiving staff who work with patients experiencing dementia. Exit seeking is a common behavior exhibited by individuals with dementia, often driven by confusion, anxiety, or a desire to return to familiar surroundings. This course will provide caregivers with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, manage, and reduce exit-seeking behaviors while providing compassionate and effective care for their patients.

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Overview

Details
  • Lessons: 5
  • Number of tests: 2
  • Hours: 1.0 hours
  • Students who are studying this course: 161
What you will learn
  • Identifying the common triggers for exit-seeking behavior
  • Strategies for managing and reducing exit-seeking behaviors
  • Techniques for redirecting and engaging patients in meaningful activities
  • Ensuring patient safety while maintaining a respectful and supportive environment
  • Communication strategies for patients experiencing dementia

Lessons

    • Introduction to Dementia and Challenging BehaviorsIntroduction to Dementia and Challenging Behaviors
    • 4 mins
    • Understanding Exit-Seeking BehaviorUnderstanding Exit-Seeking Behavior
    • 7 mins
    • Identifying Triggers for Exit-Seeking BehaviorIdentifying Triggers for Exit-Seeking Behavior
    • 5 mins
    • Knowledge Review Knowledge Review
    • 4 mins
    • Strategies for Managing Exit-Seeking BehaviorStrategies for Managing Exit-Seeking Behavior
    • 7 mins
    • Techniques for Redirecting and Engaging PatientsTechniques for Redirecting and Engaging Patients
    • 6 mins
    • Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Exit Seeking Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Exit Seeking
    • 15 mins

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