Sexual Disinhibition in Alzheimer’s & Non-Alzheimer’s Dementia

$55.00 incl. GST   (AU$)

[dt_list style=”1″ bullet_position=”middle” dividers=”true”][dt_list_item image=””]1.5 CPD HOURS[/dt_list_item][/dt_list]

Discusses the reasons for sexual disinhibiton in clients or residents with dementia and when you may expect this to occur. It explains why the practice of ‘de-sexing’ the individual is not only ineffective, but is a breach of the standards.

NOTE: Facilities (and groups of nurses working from the same facility) receive a discount of 25% on registrations of 5 or more, 40% discount on registrations of 15 or more, 50% discount on 15 or more and 60% on 20 or more!

Overall Objective:

The participant will be able to discuss sexuality as it relates to older adults and to clients or residents with Alzheimer’s disease and why some people display sexual needs in a manner that is public; to other residents; to staff and that is labelled as ‘inappropriate’; develop person centred care strategies that can be used by all staff