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Memory loss that disrupts daily life may be a symptom of Alzheimer’s or another dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills. Click here to learn the 10 warning signs and symptoms. Every individual may experience one or more of these signs in different degrees. If […]
Patients and families who are more engaged in their own health care are better equipped to regain health during hospitalization. Use this checklist from the Partner with Me project and find ways to improve your hospitalization experience. Download Checklist
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Do you see a TIGER in your percentages when you expect a KITTEN? Are unexpected names on your Quality Measure (QM) Report for antipsychotic drug usage? Even the “appropriate” diagnosis of Schizophrenia will trigger the measure if not correctly reported. Ensure you are reporting correctly in I6000, I5350, and I5250! Download full CAT Tip
The repetition of a word or question is likely a cry for comfort and security. It may soothe the person or be a learned behavior. When care providers and elders develop a close, trusting relationship, the constant cry for attention often goes away. Learn ways to make a connection with those who have dementia. Download […]
Check your mood at the door, and smile! You are being watched. Those around you whose words have lost their meaning are on high alert to your body language and emotions—they need to know they are safe and accepted. Calm reassurance and connection through gentle touch, music, smiles, hugs, and holding hands help people know […]
PUP Tip #8: PUP Begs for Communication PUP-tip – Tip 8
PUP Tip #7: PUP needs water PUP-tip – Tip 7
PUP Tip #6: PUP on the move PUP-tip – Tip 6