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The Best FriendsTM approach to Alzheimer’s care has taken the field by storm and is changing the lives of people around the world. It improves the quality of life not only for clients with Alzheimer’s disease but also for the staff providing care. Virginia Bell and David Troxel are recognized internationally for their innovative work helping people with Alzheimer’s disease. Now, they’ve applied their years of experience to a training approach geared to help your staff achieve better outcomes and more rewarding experiences—and help you retain an effective, satisfied staff. Read stories and ideas from real staff in facilities worldwide who are already implementing the Best Friends approach with their residents. Get the inspiration and working tools to transform your care culture: hundreds of case studies illustrating successful programs creative ideas you can use to implement change a training toolkit in each chapter that features learning exercises, activities, games, and resources proven advice on staff training and retention Help your staff make every day consistently reassuring, enjoyable, and secure for people with Alzheimer’s disease, and more rewarding for themselves. You could be published in our next Best Friends™ book! Submit your Best Friends™ story and activity ideas here.
I am Private First Class Daniel Christopher Wright. I am seventeen years old. And I fired the shot that ended the United States of America. When I enlisted in the Idaho Army National Guard, I swore to support and defend the US Constitution and the state of Idaho against all enemies. I swore I would obey the orders of the president of the United States and the governor of Idaho. I swore this because I love my country and my state. But what could I do when the president and the governor each ordered me to attack the other? When they both claimed to support the Constitution? When the Army was sent to fight the Army, and no place was safe? Once I played wide receiver on the Freedom Lake football team. I drove a tough 4X4. My COMMPAD streamed country music. I had an awesome girlfriend, a mom who just needed a little help sometimes, and the best friends a guy could ask for. With that shot, everything changed. May God forgive me. May God in Heaven forgive us all.
As communication skills decline in people with dementia, a supportive environment becomes crucial to a resident's ability to express needs and desires. But how do you recognize what physical and social changes will help improve functioning, communication, and quality of life? The Environment & Communication Assessment Toolkit (ECAT) for Dementia Care is your answer! This evidence-based toolkit includes the tools you need to assess, intervene, and modify on an individualized basis to ensure the quality of life for people with dementia. Use the validated Assessment Forms, and in three easy-to-follow steps you will: Assess activity performance with quick yes/no questions Evaluate the environment to identify barriers and problems Pinpoint individualized recommendations for intervention And it's not only person-centered but real-world! ECAT's developers are researchers and experienced clinicians who have made sure that ECAT: Integrates effortlessly into evaluation and treatment sessions Helps keep up case load demands with creative solutions Satisfies regulatory requirements Leads to straightforward functional therapeutic interventions Identifies low-cost, person-centered environmental modifications In field-tests, 97% of professionals using ECAT reported it gave them new treatment options to use with clients with dementia. Discover for yourself the surprisingly simple environmental changes that can improve functional independence and resident well-being—changes such as supporting bathroom independence by increasing the size of sign lettering to identify spaces and using colored tape around a door handle, or encouraging social interaction by rearranging seating areas. ECAT for Dementia Care has more than 300 specific recommendations for interventions and modifications that will reduce typical problems encountered during routine activities of daily living for people with dementia. With the ECAT's functionally based assessment and intervention system, you're equipped with solutions!
Written especially for family members and friends caring for people with dementia, this practical guidebook offers a solution to commonly faced communication and relationship difficulties. Developed by social worker Naomi Feil and widely practiced around the world, the Validation approach provides caring and empathetic techniques to support meaningful communication and interaction with people with memory impairments. This hands-on resource gives family caregivers all the information and guidance they need to successfully implement proven Validation techniques and enjoy resulting benefits such as reduced challenging behavior improved communication lower levels of stress and anxiety in both caregivers and older adults more satisfying relationships In addition to background information about dementia and the principles behind Validation, the book includes detailed, illustrated explanations of specific verbal and nonverbal communication techniques. Realistic case studies demonstrate the approach in action in many different relationships, including husband/wife, parent/child, and grandparent/grandchild. Caregivers who adopt Validation will learn how to break through the silence and pain of withdrawal and interact with their loved one with greater respect and compassion. Start re-establishing connections and improving relationships today with Validation Techniques for Dementia Care.