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Agitation and anxiety can manifest as:
T/F – People with Dementia may have impaired insight towards their own cognition and ability level.
T/F – Related behaviors are often triggered by a feeling of loss of control.
As a caregiver, how should you respond when a client/patient is feel agitated – (check all that applies)
Providing reassurance means:
T/F – If someone with dementia feels rushed, they may react with apprehension, resistance, anxiety and agitation.
Check the samples below that identify how to simplify the environment for someone with dementia:
T/F – By simplifying the environment and reducing choices will lessen frustration and confusion.
T/F – Late stage dementia causes severe memory loss where only fragments of memory remain.
T/F – A patient/client with “Late Stage Dementia,” may lose the ability to speak, walk and eat. This stage usually lasts for a couple of years and will eventually end in death.
T/F – The needs of a patient/client living with, “Late Stage Dementia,” will change and become more intense and demanding.
Which of the following changes occur when a patient is living with Late Stage.
If we look at changes that can occur when a client/patient is living with Late Stage Dementia, which of the following apply:
T/F – Patients/Clients with Late Stage Dementia are more prone to infection especially pneumonia.
T/F – Older adults with dementia become nonverbal as the loss of brain cells impacts the speaking part of the brain.
Common symptoms of Dementia, include:
Which of the following are ways to remove communication barriers when communicating with a patient/client who suffers with Dementia.
T/F – It is important to try and understand the “emotion” behind words or sounds, as clues to what the patient/client is trying to communicate.
Which of the following is the best way to respond to aggressive behavior:
Which is the best way to help prevent agitation: