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Why did Mary want Robert to get up early in the morning?
Choice A: Robert likes getting up early in the morning, is an unlikely answer.
Choice B: If Robert gets up early, he’ll sleep better at night and be more engaged during the day, is also unlikely.
Choice C: Getting up early is generally helpful to people with dementia, is incorrect.
Choice D: Mary likes to start the day early, is the most likely answer.
What is the main reason why Robert failed to engage in putting the puzzle together?
Choice A: Robert failed because he became more interested in the TV rather than putting the puzzle together, is unlikely.
Choice B: Robert failed because of his cognitive problems caused by Alzheimer’s, may be partially correct.
Choice C: Robert failed because of hearing and vision problems, may also be partially correct.
Choice D: Robert failed because his environment was not set up to increase his chances of success at the activity, is the best answer.
Creating Individual Spaces
Creating Social Environments
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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Which of the following statements about activity-focused dementia care is true?
Meaningful activities should NOT have which of the following features?
Opportunities for meaningful activities can be found in which of the following?
Basic activities of daily life include which of the following?
Productive activities should have which of the following features?
When someone with dementia wants to do something, caregivers should try to understand all of the reasons why that activity is meaningful to that person, and balance this need with the person’s safety.
Of the members on a care team, only the primary caregivers need to provide activity-focused care.