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Dementia: Quality of Care and Quality of Life, Obstacles and Opportunities
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Webinar time: 1:00PM – 2:00PM Central Time
1.0 CE for CEU credit for both nurses (AANAC) and administrators (NCERS/NAB)
Dementia is a condition in which individuals progressively lose cognitive function and, as a result, often develop difficult behaviors that cause stress for both patients and their caregivers. These behaviors, collectively known as behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD), include screaming, wandering, resisting care, hitting, and psychological symptoms such as depression, psychosis, and sexual disinhibition.
This program will provide an overview of what caretakers need to know to provide Quality of care and add Quality of Life to our residents with Dementia. Participants will understand the symptoms of Dementia as well as the different types of Dementia.
We will review and apply behavior management requirements and provide appropriate interventions and plans to deal with residents diagnosed with Dementia.
DO YOU KNOW…
- The specific signs and symptoms of Dementia?
- What the different stages of Dementia entail?
- The current CMS requirements for Dementia Care?
- The importance of developing targeted Care Plans for managing Dementia?
Please join Ruth West, RN, BS – President of Consistent Compliance when she will share her expertise with our participants on ways to improve the QoC and QoL of our residents.
Please forward this invitation to other nurses or key department heads that would benefit from acquiring advanced infection control skills.
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