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demonstrate how to use aspects of the physical environment to enable positive interactions with individuals with dementia
Understand and enable interaction and communication with individuals who have dementia Unit Code: PT23CY125 Level: Three Credit Value: 4 Unit ID: CCY335 learndirect: PT2 Sector: 1.3 QCF Reference Number: Y/601/4693 This unit forms part of one or [ more QCF qualifications. This unit is a member of one or more groups of related units. Purpose and Aim: This unit provides the opportunity for
the learner to develop and implement the qualities of an effective relationship with individuals with dementia. This is based on the use of positive interactions and communication skills. Learning Outcomes Assessment Criteria The learner will The learner can 1. Understand the factors that can affect interactions and communication of individuals with dementia 1.1 Explain how different forms of dementia may affect the way an individual communicates 1.2 Explain how physical and mental health factors may need to be considered when communicating with an individual who has dementia 1.3 Describe how to support different communication abilities and needs of an individual with dementia who has a sensory impairment 1.4 Describe the impact the behaviours of carers and others may have on an individual with dementia 2. Be able to communicate with an individual with dementia using a range of verbal and non-verbal techniques 2.1 Demonstrate how to use different communication techniques with an individual who has dementia 2.2 Show how observation of behaviour is an effective tool in interpreting the needs of an individual with dementia 2.3 Analyse ways of responding to the behaviour of an individual with dementia, taking account of the abilities and needs of the individual, carers and others 3. Be able to communicate positively with an individual who has dementia by valuing their individuality 3.1 Show how the communication style, abilities and needs of an individual with dementia can be used to develop their care plan 3.2 Demonstrate how the individual’s preferred method/s of interacting can be used to reinforce their identity and uniqueness 4. ]
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