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NA - Dementia: Managing Symptoms and Coping with Behaviors
Dementia - Managing Symptoms & Coping with Behaviors presented by Nancy Joyner, RN, MS, APRN-CNS, ACHPN. This presentation goes over dementia and Alzheimer's disease and reviews aspects that nursing assistant should be aware of. Tips are provided for how to respond to common symptoms associated with dementia: aggression, agitation, anxiety, catastrophic reaction, confusion, delirium, depression, disinhibition, repetition, sleep disturbance, and refusal to eat. Learn what you should do and what you should avoid doing when working with a patient experiencing these symptoms of dementia.
This course was most recently reviewed in June 2016.
Note: The first few slides are written material to read. Audio starts on the 4th slide.
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