Sexual Disinhibition in Alzheimer’s & Non-Alzheimer’s Dementia
$55.00 incl. GST (AU$)
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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.
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