The Big 4 Understanding the key factors impacting on responsive behaviours - Online Education Series
THE BIG 4 - Understanding the key factors impacting on responsive behaviours
Online Education Series
Do you struggle to care for some residents who have responsive behaviours such as wandering and verbal/physical aggression?
Do you need some help to understand how you can identify triggers and minimise the occurrence of the behaviours?
Over 4 videos, learn how to better identify and minimise responsive behaviours in older people through understanding some key factors that can contribute to these occurring such as:
- The environment
- Continence and
In the final video, we link all of the information together to help you:
- Develop a Behavior Support Plan by understanding the person and their environment.
How Environment impacts mood and behaviour
Learn more about how the environment can impact on responsive behaviours in older people with dementia. Learn some practical tips to be able to adpat the surroundings to better manage mood and behaviours in older people with dementia.
How Continence affects mood and behaviour
Learn more about how issues with continence can present as responsive behaviours in older people with dementia. Learn some practical tips to better manage continence in older people and to manage mood and behaviours
How Pain affects mood and behaviour
Learn more about how untreated pain can present as responsive behaviours in older people with dementia. Learn some practical tips to better manage pain in older people and to manage mood and behaviours
How to Develop a Behaviour Support Plan (BSP)
You will be provided with practical tips on how to develop behaviour support plans that are support staff to provide consistent, person centred care.
Kathy is a Registered Nurse, with close to 20 years’ experience working across various speciality areas. Her career has included working in acute, sub-acute, community and aged care settings.
Kathy has worked in various roles including in senior management and project management and has been involved in both small and large-scale change initiatives. Kathy brings her wealth of nursing expertise, project and people management skills to the work she completes now.
Kate is a Registered Occupational Therapist, having worked in the health, and aged care sector for over 20 years. She has extensive experience in project management, policy development and quality improvement having worked within the Victorian Department of Health and Safer Care Victoria. Kate is passionate about sharing her skills and knowledge to see the development in others, to provide consistent, high quality, safe care.