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The Aide’s Role in Dealing with Combative Dementia Patients: Webinar
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When: Thursday, February 8, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET, Login at 2:45 PM ET
Where: Webinar
Presenter: John Conrad & Libby Hart
Contact: Julia Heath
(850) 222-8967


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2017-2018 Aide Webinar Series

Why Participate? An investment in staff education is an investment in quality customer service for all types of agencies. For home health and hospice agencies, these hour-long webinars can be used to help meet the 12 hours per year educational requirements under the Medicare Conditions of Participation. For all providers, an educational investment in your staff pays off in quality care!

 

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February 8, 2018
TOPIC: The Aide’s Role in Dealing with Combative Dementia Patients
Speakers: John Conrad and Libby Hart, RN
Description:
Our aides often notice that some elderly patients demonstrate behaviors that include paranoia, delusions, hallucinations and/or aggression. Each patient with aggressive behavior brings a unique challenge as caregivers attempt to assist with ADL/IADL care in the home. This presentation is intended for aides and caregivers to minimize the risk of injury when providing care for patients with dementia who demonstrate some form of combative behaviors. We will provide education and instructions regarding positions and techniques to avoid physical confrontations with those patients who have the tendency to hit, push, kick, spit or grab those providing care. We will address some of the causes of these combative behaviors and provide valuable tips and techniques to ameliorate each occurrence.

 

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