Dementia Australia - Coping With Changes in Behaviours and hallucinations

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80 Beaurepaire Cres

2/80 Beaurepaire Crescent

Holt, ACT 2615

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This session will introduce problem solving models, including strategies to minimise and respond to changed behaviour.

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This session provides an introduction to dementia and changes to the brain, effects on behaviour and the impacts of changed behaviour. It will introduce problem solving models, including strategies to minimise and respond to changed behaviour.

Dementia Australia's facilitators have specialist dementia knowledge, skills and experience. These sessions are delivered interactively, you will be encouraged to share your experiences alongside other participants giving you an opportunity to develop new support networks.

You will gain knowledge in:

• changed behaviours related to dementia

• recognising triggers and contributing factors to behaviour change

• approaches to problem solving changed behaviours

This session will be conducted in person and also streamed through Zoom. The session will not be recorded. If you would prefer to attend via Zoom please click here to book.

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the session to allow for Covid-19 screening.

This activity is open only to carers registered with Carers ACT.

Participants will not be visible via video to the presenter or other workshop attendees and Carers ACT will not be recording this session. However it is a requirement of those attending to consent to video, images and audio of yourself and those you are responsible for being broadcast.

If you have problems logging in on the day please call us – 6296 9982 or email group.programs@carersact.org.au.

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80 Beaurepaire Cres

2/80 Beaurepaire Crescent

Holt, ACT 2615

Australia

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