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Care professionals (doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, social workers, etc) work with individuals and families impacted by dementia. Learn about care practices and psychosocial interventions in dementia care that promotes overall well-being of persons living with dementia and their caregivers.
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Integrating Play into Dementia Treatment Plans

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Vascular Dementia

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Location-tracking Technology in Dementia Caregiving

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10 Ideas for Outdoor Monitoring

Steven & Lai Quen Voices for Hope Dementia Advocates
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The Power of Self-advocates in Dementia

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Communication Approaches in Dementia Care

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Mind-Body Wellness Programmes

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Dementia Care Training for Care Professionals

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Behavioural & Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)

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Tips to Improve the Shower and Bath Experience

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Nutrition & Hydration Needs for Persons Living with Dementia

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Museum Activities for Persons Living with Dementia

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Tips for Communicating with Persons Living with Dementia

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Swallowing Difficulties and Soft Diets

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Dementia-Inclusive Design Principles

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Reminiscence Arts

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Why Do Behavioural Changes Happen?

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Palliative Care

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Person-Centred Care in Dementia

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Reminiscence in Dementia Care

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Reminiscence Activities for Persons with Dementia

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How Effective are Dementia Medications

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Person-Centred Care Planning in Dementia

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Improving Eating Environment & Appetite

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Making Your Home Dementia-Friendly

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What Is a Dementia-Inclusive Environment?

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Doll Therapy & Dementia

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Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care

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Cognitive Stimulation Therapy

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Creative Dance

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Namaste Care Programme

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Participatory Arts

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Tools for Dementia Practice and Research

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Encouraging My Client to Accept Their Condition

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Tips to Manage Dementia Medications

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Additional Resources for Other Behaviour Changes

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Dementia-Friendly Neighbourhoods

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Managing Wandering Behaviour

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Managing Sundowning

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Mealtime Behaviours

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Managing Agitation & Aggression

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Helping a Person with Dementia Who Lives Alone

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Dementia Progression & Behaviour Changes

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Apply CAUSEd to Understand Behaviour Changes

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The Needs of Informal Caregivers

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