Aggressive Behavior In Dementia: How To Prevent, How To Manage

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Most people caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia will encounter “aggressive” behavior from the patient at some point. This aggressive behavior can be verbal, physical or even sexual. These aggressive behaviors often occur because of hallucinations and delusions that accompany an irreversible dementia diagnosis. But there are lots of simple ways we can de-escalate such behaviors. Even better, there are many ways to prevent aggressive behavior in dementia care. Check out Jen’s presentation on preventing, de-escalating and managing aggressive behavior in dementia care:

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