Cognitive impairment and disruptive behaviors among community-based elderly persons

implications for targeting long-term care. by William D. Spector

Publisher: Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Center for General Health Services, Intramural Research in Rockville, MD

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  • Older people with disabilities -- Long-term care -- United States.,
  • Cognition -- Age factors.,
  • Community health nursing -- United States.

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Languages. English (53). behavioral consequences of cognitive impairment 3 assessment of agitation in the long-term care resident 4 behavioral checklist for dementia residents fact sheet on pain management for demented patients 19 fact sheet on depression in the elderly 20 fact sheet on psychosis 21 fact sheet on delirium in the elderly 22 fact sheet File Size: KB.

Consistent with other studies (Elliott et al., ), we found that cognitive impairment among care recipients was associated with greater discrepancy between the pain reports of care recipients and their family caregivers (i.e., higher pain reports by family caregivers Cited by: A set of resources that capture the state of the art in psychological services to older adults and especially to those in long-term care.

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Aggressive physical behavior (APB) occurs in 30%% of persons with dementia and is a major reason for nursing home placement, staff member burnout and use of physical and chemical restraints.[16,35] APB is described as a constellation of behaviors that include biting, grabbing, hitting, kicking, pinching, pushing, scratching, spitting and.

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Radziewicz, Cheryl Bradas. Abstract. Purpose:Prior research in nursing homes has shown that cognitive impairment may reduce self-reported pain, but this relation has not been systematically explored among hospice assessment and treatment of pain is a primary goal of hospice care, and both disease processes and the use of opioid analgesics may lead to cognitive impairment among hospice by:   Prior research in nursing homes has shown that cognitive impairment may reduce self-reported pain, but this relation has not been systematically explored among hospice patients.

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Camp, C. J. (). Spaced Retrieval: A Model for Dissemination of a Cognitive Intervention for Persons with Dementia. New York, NY: Guilford Publications. A combination of individual, relational, community, and societal factors contribute to the risk of becoming a perpetrator of elder abuse.

They are contributing factors and may or may not be direct causes. Understanding these factors can help identify various opportunities for prevention. Risk Factors for Perpetration. Individual Level.Depressive symptoms are more frequent among the oldest old than in the young old living in the community (over 20% compared with less than 10%), but the higher frequency is explained completely by factors associated with aging, such as a higher proportion of women, more physical disability, more cognitive impairment, and lower socioeconomic Cited by: