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Interventies

  • Ronald Geelen
Chapter
Part of the Nursing-Dementiereeks book series (NUDEM)

Samenvatting

Er zijn legio interventiemogelijkheden voor probleemgedrag. Na algemene opmerkingen over psychologische interventies beschrijven we diverse mogelijkheden aan de hand van het ijsbergmodel. De keuze van een interventie(s) hangt af van de analyse van de problematiek.

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Internet

  1. Enige basisinformatie over benaderingswijzen vind je op www.alzheimer-nederland.nl.
  2. Kijk op www.worldwidesnoezelen.com voor informatie over zintuigactivering.
  3. www.zorgvoorbeter.nl. Website van Vilans, met een ‘Stappenplan Probleemgedrag’, biedt verschillende materialen voor de deskundigheidsbevordering van medewerkers en informatie over de mate waarin probleemgedrag voorkomt en de multidisciplinaire aanpak ervan. Ook is er een stappenplan om het proces rondom medicatietoediening te verbeteren.
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ronald Geelen
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  1. 1.Etten-LeurNederland

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