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Dementia is a normal part of aging
Delirium is another name for dementia.
People with dementia lose all ability to communicate.
A person with dementia behaves in ways that are challenging just to be difficult.
People with dementia cannot complete any ADL’s without assistance.
When assisting a person with dementia, it is important that every ADL be completed in a timely fashion.
Some people with dementia may experience hallucinations.
Sometimes a person with dementia will make sexual advances to strangers.
People with dementia undress or fondle themselves to embarrass others.
Certain drugs cause side effects and create symptoms that look like dementia.
Delirium can be treated with medications.
Delirium is a condition characterized by the rapid onset of acute confusion.
Depression is a treatable illness that involves the body, mood, and thoughts.
Alzheimer’s is a progressive, degenerative brain disease.
About 100% of people with Parkinson’s develop dementia.
HIV/AIDS is a type of Dementia.
A caregiver’s behavior can impact how a resident with dementia responds to care.
There is no one size fits all solution when dealing with challenging behaviors with people with dementia.
When dealing with challenging behavior its best to ignore it.
Most people with dementia retain some ability to perform (ADLs).