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explain when the tissue viability assessment tool or the current review cycle may no longer be appropriate due to changes in the individual condition or environment
The assessment tool/current review cycle may no longer be appropriate due to the clients health,mobility. [ For example the client may now be bed bound so the assessment may have been done when client was mobile , so new assessment will need to be done as client now at a higher risk of skin breakdown. ]
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types of memory impairment commonly experienced by individuals with dementia
Weegy: Someone with dementia may not know common facts when questioned (such as the name of the Prime Minister). They may have difficulty remembering names or finding words. [ They may appear to be asking questions all of the time. Language problems can also develop. For example, someone with dementia may have difficulty understanding what is said to them or understanding written information. Problems with attention and concentration can also occur. It is common for someone with dementia not to be able to settle to anything and this can make them appear restless. New surroundings and new people may confuse a person with dementia: they can become easily disorientated. However, in familiar places, and with old routines, they may function well. This is why some people with mild dementia cope well in their own home. Losing track of time is also a common problem in someone with dementia. For example, not knowing if it is morning or afternoon, or what day it is. A person with dementia may get lost easily. Even clever people who develop dementia find it difficult to grasp new ideas or learn new skills. For example, how to use a new household gadget. The ability to think, calculate and problem-solve can be affected as intellect begins to fail. Difficulties with planning and decision making can develop. ] (More)
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