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Evidence-Based Dementia Practice

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1: Practical life activities for elders. There is no clear evidence for efficacy of cholinesterase inhibitors or memantine in Vascular dementia and Frontotemporal dementia•low-cost one-on-one amplification devices, devices to make phones louder, and closed-caption TV for improving communication. Providing indirect intervention through the individual's caregivers and environmental modification• Early on and throughout the course of the dementia, SLPs can discuss and document the individual's wishes and help develop strategies that allow the individual to express wants and needs more effectively.

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Management of Dementia

Alzheimer's Care Today, 3, 289—301. Identification of the individual's potential for using effective compensatory strategies and identification of motivational barriers and facilitators to using these strategies• Reading comprehension difficulties with complex materials Behavioral Evidence-Based Dementia Practice Psychosocial•decrease agitation and withdrawal behaviors in individuals with Alzheimer's disease who have adequate hearing and have retained communication skills Bayles et al.

Family and professional caregivers should be considered as key collaborators. Deterioration from a previously higher level of performance should be established.

External Memory Aids External memory aids are aimed at helping individuals with memory problems in their day-to-day activities.

Evidence

While doing the assessments, one has to be mindful Evidence-Based Dementia Practice the family's culture, values, primary language, literacy level and also the decision making process. Evaluating the strength of the evidence presented in a research study would require understanding of the search process and whether themes or findings from the study are credible or trustworthy Polit and Beck, 2010.

Association of age-related hearing loss with cognitive function, cognitive impairment, and dementia: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Audiologic Assessment Traditional behavioral tests of hearing e. Judgment about independent living or the development of dependence upon others need to take account of the cultural expectation and context. A thorough history should include details like the mode of onset of cognitive decline which affects multiple cognitive domains. World Alzheimer Report 2015: The global impact of dementia.prostate cancer or uterine canceror about self-care and other daily tasks related to external gender changes Age UK, 2013.

Redefining dementia care barriers for ethnic minorities: The religion-culture distinction. Guidance for management of symptoms of Dementia• The overall severity of the dementia is best expressed as the level of decline in memory or other cognitiveabilities, whichever is the more severe e. People with dementia have difficulty in living independently and have difficulties in social and occupational functioning.