Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Repetitive Questions and Crying Out

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Repetitive Questions and Crying Out

Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Repetitive Questions and Crying Out is an intermediate-level course designed for caregivers who aim to better understand and manage the complex behaviors associated with dementia. This course focuses on repetitive questioning and crying out, two of the most common and challenging behaviors exhibited by individuals with dementia. Caregivers will learn the possible causes of these behaviors, identify appropriate intervention strategies, and develop effective communication techniques to support patients in a compassionate and empathetic manner.

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Overview

Details
  • Lessons: 5
  • Number of tests: 2
  • Hours: 1.0 hours
  • Students who are studying this course: 184
What you will learn
  • Identifying possible causes of repetitive questions and crying out
  • Techniques for managing repetitive questions
  • Strategies for addressing crying out behavior
  • Implementing person-centered care approaches

Lessons

    • Introduction to Dementia and Challenging BehaviorsIntroduction to Dementia and Challenging Behaviors
    • 8 mins
    • Causes of Repetitive Questions and Crying OutCauses of Repetitive Questions and Crying Out
    • 6 mins
    • Managing Repetitive QuestionsManaging Repetitive Questions
    • 6 mins
    • Knowledge Review Knowledge Review
    • 4 mins
    • Addressing Crying Out BehaviorAddressing Crying Out Behavior
    • 6 mins
    • Person-Centered Care ApproachesPerson-Centered Care Approaches
    • 6 mins
    • Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Repetitive Questions and Crying Out Exam- Challenging Behaviors in Dementia: Repetitive Questions and Crying Out
    • 15 mins

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