Jul 16, 2018

Managing Dementia in Acute and Long Term Care Settings (Webinar)

People with dementia demonstrate challenging behaviors when hospitalized; these behaviors are their way of communicating.

The goal for this segment is to improve the hospital experience for people with dementia.

We will discuss basic ways to decode the messages. We will also provide non-drug strategies that nurses and family members can use to manage the behaviors.

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