2 edition of Analysis of behavioral programming for Alzheimer"s and other dementia clients found in the catalog.
Analysis of behavioral programming for Alzheimer"s and other dementia clients
Elsie M. Pinkston
by University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration in Chicago, Ill
Written in English
|Statement||Elsie M. Pinkston, principal investigator ; Edward Lawlor, co-principal investigator ; Earlie M. Washington, project director.|
|Contributions||Lawlor, Edward., Washington, Earlie M., University of Chicago. School of Social Service Administration., United States. Administration on Aging.|
|The Physical Object|
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School of Social Service Administration.;]. Behavioral gerontology was described as “the study of how antecedent and consequent environmental events interact with the aging organism to produce behavior” (Burgio & Burgio,p.
However, other than that special section, an average of less than one article per year on aging topics has been published in JABA (Buchanan et al., ). Bythe percentage of people over 65 will increase to 20 percent of the population, or 88 million people.
If the trend of dementia diagnosis continues, that will mean million of those people will suffer from dementia, much of it caused by Alzheimer’s disease, an incurable condition that already is the 6 th leading cause of death in America.
Functional analyses were conducted for the problem behavior of 3 older adults in a long-term care setting. Two of the problem behaviors were maintained by attention, and a third was maintained by escape from demands. Function-based interventions were implemented that resulted in decreases in problem behavior in each case.
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People living with dementia experience. associated with dementia. Many behavioral problems result from the caregiver’s or staff’s expectations that a resident can perform a task that the resident can no longer remember. Section 3, pagesoutlines common intellectual deficits of dementia that must be understood by all staff and caregivers.
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In addition to cognitive and functional decline, diverse behavioral changes manifest with increasing severity over time, presenting significant management challenges for caregivers and health care professionals.