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A Safer and More Efficient Hygiene Care Flow in People Living with Dementia - A Person-Centred Approach


This webinar is the second in a series of conversations exploring the experiences for persons living with dementia across the continuum of care. 

We will examine the challenges that may impact and influence hygiene care flow for both the care-recipient, the person living with dementia, and the care-partner, the formal or informal caregiver who assists in the facilitation of care. The term partner is used intentionally, for we must never forget that we are always partnering with the care-recipient, whoever that may be. 

We will revisit cognitive and perceptual losses associated with dementia and the integration of the Two-Lens perspective that must always be considered when preparing and providing hygiene care. 

Within this, the importance of a partnered, person-centered approach will highlight effective strategy selections to help create a safer and more efficient hygiene care flow for people living with dementia.


Watch out for the full Dementia Care Webinar Series through 2024

March 21: Designing Rehab Programmes with Dementia in Mind - a Person-Centred Approach in Acute Care

April 23: A Safer and More Efficient Hygiene Care Flow in People Living with Dementia - A Person-Centred Approach


 

tisdag 23 april 2024
15:00 CEST

Presentatör

Rosie Sears

Rosie Sears lives by the mantra “Live Limitlessly, Live Abundantly”. Always striving for excellence and best practice, Rosie is a Registered Physiotherapist, holds Masters Degrees in both Advanced Human Biodynamics and Social Work (convocation June 2024), and a post graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.Over the past two decades, Rosie has focused her sights, both personally and professionally on educating and supporting organizations, families and individuals around enhancing the experiences of those living with dementia. Along with her consultative practice, Rosie currently works as a Behavioural Specialist at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto, Canada and is a certified Trainer in the Gentle Persuasive Approach and PIECES.Rosie is a leader in Behavioural Supports, and has taken and taught numerous workshops on Aging, Responsive Behaviours, and Behavioural Support Strategies, to complement her person-centered, holistic, functional and practical approach to dementia care.