Understanding and Managing Behaviours
of Concern Introductory Video Dr Drew Dwyer - Consultant Gerontologist
Lift staff confidence and better manage behaviours of concern using the TEAM Approach.
The effective management of behaviours of concern in Aged Care is difficult to understand, let alone master. Attendee's benefit from this face-to-face learning that underpins the principles of observation and data collection for behaviours of concern.
Learning outcomes include identifying behaviours, documenting and analysing data, and specific intervention management through behaviour plans. Other
Other learning outcomes include:
Learn and understand the TEAM approach to managing behaviours in older adults;
Develop and implement strategies for clients who present with behaviours of concern;
Discover how behaviour can be managed in a non-pharmacological manner; and
Understand the multi-disciplinary approaches to behaviour management.
This is a very detailed and specific piece of care knowledge, beneficial at all levels of leadership. This course is relevant to Facility Managers, RNs, EENs, AINs, CMs, PCAs, Physiotherapists, Allied Health Workers and Volunteers.
This seminar is facilitated by
Consultant Gerontologist, Dr Drew Dwyer