VERBALLY NON AGGRESSIVE
PHYSICALLY NON AGGRESSIVE
SAFE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
SAFE HUMAN ENVIRONMENT
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Difficult behavior categories
Managing behavior excesses
TYPES OF WANDERING
STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING WANDERING
CHANGE BEHAVIORS USING TWO APPROACHES
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KEY APPROACHES FOR MANAGING DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS
PREVENTING DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS
MANAGING DIFFICULT BEHAVIORS
STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING BEHAVIOR EXCESSES
STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING HALLUCINATIONS, ILLUSIONS, AND DELUSIONS
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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Which of the following is NOT a typical cause of wandering?
Which of the following is NOT a typical cause of rummaging?
Strategies for preventing catastrophic reactions include which of the following?
Alzheimer’s disease lowers a person’s awareness of stress level and ability to tolerate stress.
People with dementia do not have primitive protective behaviors.
Which of the following is a common cause of behavior changes?
Which of the following statements about difficult behaviors is NOT true?
About.com. (August 2006). Retrieved on February 24, 2009 from http://alzheimers.about.com/od/practicalcare/a/Restraints_2.htm.