Caregiver Training

Sundowning | Khi mặt trời lặn

Sundowning aka Sundowners is a common behavior that occurs in early evening. It is not a disease, but rather a set of symptoms characterized by confusion, anxiety, aggression, or agitation. This is caused by damage to the area of the brain that regulates a person’s internal clock. Watch this scenario to learn how you respond to sundowning that might occur with your loved one.

Refusal to Take Medications | Từ chối dùng thuốc

Refusal to take medication that occurs as a result of your loved one’s dementia can cause frustration. Learn the best approach to handle this situation if it happens with your loved one.

Hallucinations | Ảo giác

Hallucinations are a result of a problem in the part of the brain that helps interpret sights and sounds. Hallucinations involve seeing or hearing things that aren’t there. They can be frightening for the person with dementia. Learn how you can respond to these occurrences.

Refusal to Bathe | Từ chối tắm

Refusal to bathe is a common behavior in people with dementia. Bathing can become scary as dementia progresses. Since bathing is a personal activity, the recommended approach is to be sensitive, tactful and respectful of the person’s dignity and sense of modesty. Watch this training video to see how you can follow this approach in action.

Caregiver Education

Changes in Behaviors and Personality: Why and how to respond | Thay đổi tính cách & hành vi: Tại sao và làm thế nào để đáp ứng ngày.

Learn to understand and respond to personality and behavior changes in your loved one with cognitive decline.

Meaningful Activities at Home | Các hoạt động có ý nghĩa tại nhà ngày

Learn how to plan and help your loved one with cognitive decline engage in meaningful activities at home.

Caring Conversations: A New Way of Talking | Những Cuộc Trò Chuyện Thân Ái: Một Cách Nói Chuyện Mới

Learn practical tips for better communication and connection with your loved one with cognitive decline.

Additional resources

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