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3.3 Describe how myths and stereotypes related to dementia may affect the individual and their carer s.
stigma and its impact on relationships eg social isolation of individual and carer, assumption of automatic loss of independence eg unable to drive, [ unable to make decisions about own care; dissatisfying interactions with the medical community eg difficulty in obtaining early diagnosis; uncertainty about availability of support services and treatments; importance of person-centred values eg
individuality, rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, autonomy ]
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User: 3.3 Describe how myths and stereotypes related to dementia may affect the individual and their carer s.

Weegy: stigma and its impact on relationships eg social isolation of individual and carer, assumption of automatic loss of independence eg unable to drive, [ unable to make decisions about own care; dissatisfying interactions with the medical community eg difficulty in obtaining early diagnosis; uncertainty about availability of support services and treatments; importance of person-centred values eg individuality, rights, choice, privacy, independence, dignity, respect, autonomy ]
selymi|Points 10196|

User: 3.2 Describe a range of different techniques that can be used to meet the fluctuating abilities and needs of the individual with dementia

Weegy: To find appropriate activities to meet individual needs of a person with dementia requires creative thinking. [ As in other areas of dementia care, family caregivers are called upon to be resourceful in seeking meaningful recreation. [ Ideally, activities should: compensate for lost abilities; promote self esteem; maintain residual skills and not involve new learning; provide an opportunity for enjoyment, pleasure and social contact; be culturally sensitive. ] ]
selymi|Points 10196|

User: 3.1 Compare a person centred and a non-person centred approach to dementia care

Weegy: patient centered care is all about the patient rather than the illness. dementia means "bad mind" that denotes being forgetful. the care for patients with such condition requires more understanding and a lot of patience. [ you can give the patient a person a person-centered care when you deliver care that is personalized and constructed specifically to a patient that is treated as an individual rather than a person with just a common type of illness. the approach of the management is rather centralized on preserving the person's dignity and preservation of a quality life instead of a simple mere administration of medications and following a set of routine management for the condition ]
lovefallen|Points 1100|

User: 3.4 Describe ways in which individuals and carers can be supported to overcome their fears





Weegy: It really dependes on the fear the person is trying to overcome. Many positions push a person to overcome many difficulties. Public speaking jobs can help overcome huge crowds or even anxiety. [ Stunt devil could help with height fears depending on stunt. There are several examples to give. Can you pick a certin fear you are looking for? ]
Expert answered|savieg|Points 80|

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