Threats that they feel can be real or perceived — but the threats are always something that the person does not understand.Responsive behaviour is the person's attempt to exert control, protect or defend him/herself in his/her world as he/she knows it.By enabling inclusivity you can absolutely ensure you have the right individuals achieving the outputs your business strategy depends upon.Agreed panel speakers at this event so far are Diane Davidson, Head of e Broking at Chubb, Nikki Southwick-Gough, Head of Operations at JLT Trading, with others to follow.We need to understand the disease, be patient and accept who the person is in this moment.
Ultimately, we can’t expect the person with dementia to change; we must do the changing.
Responsive behaviours are not simply aggression — they are self-protective, defensive or communicative strategies that a person uses to respond to something negative, frustrating, frightening or confusing in his/her physical or psychosocial environment.
People with dementia cannot communicate their concerns in the usual ways acceptable to society — so their behaviour becomes the way they communicate feelings.
AACN invites abstracts that address the many challenges experienced by those new to the faculty role and describing programs, initiatives, challenges in baccalaureate and entry-level programs.
Creating a diverse and inclusive workplace is so much more than creating an environment that individuals want to stay in - it actually affects the bottom line as well.