Dementia Care: InService Training Modules for Long-Term Care (Book Only)

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Dementia Care Inservice Training Modules for Long-Term Care is a complete collection of research material for specialized dementia care training in the long-term care setting. Each of the eight modules is created to decrease preparation time for the presenter by including everything necessary for an effective presentation. The curriculum covers all aspects of specialized dementia care, including anatomy and physiology, basic principles of care, daily care, eating challenges, recreation and activities, common medical problems, and more. The easy to understand format and all-inclusive packet can be incorporated into any non-nursing forum such as support groups or informal caregivers and can be adapted for large or small audiences. Each module is concluded with summaries, scenarios and group activities to further the learning process. Dementia Care Inservice Training Modules for Long-Term Care will help prepare any member of the healthcare team for the daily ups and downs of dementia caregiving.

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About the Author:

Jackie Nasso, RN, BSN, MPA, has worked in Training and Quality Management for both short and long term facilities. Co-author of Home Care Aide, Inservice Training Modules, 2004, Delmar Publishing (ISBN 0-7668-3902-8). Jackie sits on the Home Health Aide Committee of the Home Care Association of NJ and works as a Training and Quality Management consultant.

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Having the handouts Ýand¨ the PowerPoint?Ýwill¨ be very useful to a health care organization. This Ýwill¨ save on development time and Ýwill ensure¨ that information was given in a consistent manner.


Deb Drexler, MS, RN, BC; Director of Clinical Nursing, Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, FDL, WI

The audience participation?makes?it easy for people not experienced at leading group learning activities to?successfully deliver an engaging learning experience?all the preparation is done and could be assigned to a staff nurse or nurses to deliver.


Pat Trapp, Staff Educator, Beaver Dam Community Hospital, Columbus, WI

Having the handouts Ýand¨ the PowerPoint'Ýwill¨ be very useful to a health care organization. This Ýwill¨ save on development time and Ýwill ensure¨ that information was given in a consistent manner.


Deb Drexler, MS, RN, BC; Director of Clinical Nursing, Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, FDL, WI

Having the handouts [and] the PowerPoint'[will] be very useful to a health care organization. This [will] save on development time and [will ensure] that information was given in a consistent manner.


Deb Drexler, MS, RN, BC; Director of Clinical Nursing, Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, FDL, WI

The audience participation'makes'it easy for people not experienced at leading group learning activities to'successfully deliver an engaging learning experience'all the preparation is done and could be assigned to a staff nurse or nurses to deliver.


Pat Trapp, Staff Educator, Beaver Dam Community Hospital, Columbus, WI

Having the handouts [and] the PowerPoint[will] be very useful to a health care organization. This [will] save on development time and [will ensure] that information was given in a consistent manner.


Deb Drexler, MS, RN, BC; Director of Clinical Nursing, Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, FDL, WI

The audience participationmakesit easy for people not experienced at leading group learning activities tosuccessfully deliver an engaging learning experienceall the preparation is done and could be assigned to a staff nurse or nurses to deliver.


Pat Trapp, Staff Educator, Beaver Dam Community Hospital, Columbus, WI

I think this product would be excellent for long-term care facilities, not only for Nursing Assistants, but also for Nurses. There are a lot of good suggestions for the care of this type of patient, and Nurses may need a reminder of some of this [too].


Suzette Bos, Nursing Staff Development Coordinator, Austin Medical Center, Newton, MA

Having the handouts [and] the PowerPointa][will] be very useful to a health care organization. This [will] save on development time and [will ensure] that information was given in a consistent manner.


Deb Drexler, MS, RN, BC; Director of Clinical Nursing, Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, FDL, WI

The audience participationa]makesa]it easy for people not experienced at leading group learning activities toa]successfully deliver an engaging learning experiencea]all the preparation is done and could be assigned to a staff nurse or nurses to deliver.


Pat Trapp, Staff Educator, Beaver Dam Community Hospital, Columbus, WI

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