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1.3 Explain how values ,belief, and misunderstanding about dementia can affect attitudes toward individuals
Weegy: A lot of people assume that someone with dementia is stupid or crazy, which is one of the biggest misunderstandings about dementia. Also, when people do not not have enough information on the subject they tend to make assumptions and or judge. [ People with dementia face widespread discrimination for a number of reasons. There remains significant misunderstanding about and stigma attached to dementia that manifests itself in widespread discriminatory attitudes. [ Because most people with dementia are over the age of 65, they can also face issues of age discrimination. People with dementia are also more at risk of discrimination and infringements of their human rights because they may not have the capacity to challenge abuses of their human rights or to report what has occurred. This means that many people with dementia and their carers face a poorer quality of life than the general population. Alzheimer's Society exists to champion the rights of everyone with dementia and those who care for them. People with dementia and those who care for them should be treated with dignity and respect, and should have access to high quality care, that is based on an assessment of personal needs and preferences, rather than prejudiced assumptions about dementia. For people with dementia to be able to play a full part in community, society must prioritise the eradication of discrimination and tackle the stigma attached to dementia. ] (More)
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1.3 Explain how values ,belief, and misunderstanding about dementia can affect attitudes toward individuals
Weegy: Give examples such as: Values are about how important we think something is so if someone thinks 'It doesn't matter if an old person gets dementia its the early onset ones I fell sorry for', [ they aren't going to provide the care that they should. Now think about beliefs (what we hold to be true) such as all people with dementia will get violent or its Gods punishment. Now misunderstandings such as 'I read that individuals with dementia don't remember anything so there's no point in asking them what they want 'cos they'll only forget.' Hope that helps ] (More)
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Reflective account on a complicated situations I have dealt with and how I dealt with it and what happened
Weegy: Reflective practice is something more than thoughtful practice. [ It is that form of practice which seeks to problematise many situations of professional performance. For further information: ] (More)
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describe what steps might be taken to gain knowledge and understanding of the need and preference of individual with dementia from different ethnic origins
Weegy: Helping the person feel valued The person with dementia needs to feel respected and valued for who they are now, as well as for who they were in the past. [ There are many things that the people around them can do to help, including: * trying to be flexible and tolerant * making time to listen, have regular chats, and enjoy being with the person * showing affection in a way they both feel comfortable with * finding things to do together, like creating a life history book. ] (More)
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2.3 Explain how mental ill health may have an impact on those in the individuals family, social or work network including Psychological and emotional Practical and financial The impact of using service Social exclusion Positive impact
Weegy: The mental ill health of a person can have an enormous impact on the psychological and emotional wellbeing of other family members. Other family members may worry constantly about the ill person, or get angry with them. [ From a practical point of view family members may resent the fact that the ill person may not be earning a living or looking after themselves properly. Friends may begin to shun the ill person when they become unreliable, withdrawn and moody. ] (More)
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