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Bathing without a battle : creating a better bathing experience for persons with Alzheimer's Disease and related disorders / BARRICK, Ann Louise ; RADER, Joanne ; SLOANE, Philip D..
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina, Institute on Aging, 2003.
Durée : 42 min. Type et support : DVD

Lieux géographiques
: États-Unis

Mots-clés principaux
:
Hygiène corporelle
Bain
Formation du personnel
Maladie d'Alzheimer
Démence
Approche centrée sur la personne

Mots-clés secondaires : Aide aux soins personnels ; Équipement adapté

Résumé :

The Bathing Without a Battle: Creating a Better Bathing Experience for Persons with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders CD and video package teaches person-centered methods for making the bathing experience more enjoyable for both caregivers and the people they are bathing. The package includes an interactive educational CD plus an instructional lecture-demonstration. Research has shown that the methods and principles displayed on the CD and video will make a positive difference in bathing for both people with dementia and their caregivers.

In addition to teaching practical methods for bathing people with dementia and related disorders, the CD ROM also offers 3 hours of Continuing Education Credit (CEU) for nurses and 2 hours of CEU credits for nursing assistants. The enclosed video offers an additional 1 hour of CEU credit for nursing assistants.

Topics Covered Include:

- Person-Centered approaches to showering, tub-bathing, in-room bathing, and hair washing
- Information on bathing equipment and supplies
- Interactive educational CD and instructional video demonstration
- Information on issues related to federal nursing regulations
- Separate CD tracks for nurses, nursing assistants, administrators, surveyors, ombudspersons, and home caregivers



Type et support : DVD
Document d'accompagnement : Vient avec un cédérom de formation continue.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 29766
NumRec : 6324703
 

       

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