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These tangles consist primarily of a protein called tau, which forms part of a structure called a microtubule. In a healthy brain, the protein fragments are broken down and eliminated. In Alzheimer's disease, the fragments accumulate to form hard, insoluble plaques called ____________________. CASE STUDY:
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21 | P a g e Star_CHCAGE005_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2 Q3: Mr. Jo Stan, a 79-year-old man born on 29 th May 1935. Mr. Stan has moderate dementia, but is generally cooperative and good humoured. He is cared for at home by his wife, but visits the day care centre that you work in twice a week. One day, you notice that he is much quieter than usual and quite withdrawn. The television is blaring loudly in the background, and he gets up saying that he is leaving. You try to encourage him to sit down, but he becomes very angry, yelling, and attempting to hit you. a. Write three (3) potential triggers in this situation. b. Provide three (3) ways to settle this situation and to whom you would report the incident. c. Document the episode in Stan’s Progress Notes (refer to the template below and complete) and suggest strategies for responding to future incidents in the
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22 | P a g e Star_CHCAGE005_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2 Stan’s Progress Notes STAR Health Care PROGRESS NOTES NAME: Jo SURNAME: Stan DOB: May 29, 1935 ROOM NO: 32 MRN: 12545626 DATE/TIME All entries must be signed and designation recorded d. If you have noted behaviors of concern with Stan, how do you document in the behavior monitoring outcome. Use the template below to write the challenging behaviors of Stan. Process: Patient is to be commenced on behaviour chart for AIN’s to report any Challenging Behaviour Incidents. Determine triggers to challenging behaviours and how to avoid the same. Enter triggers and appropriate interventions to minimise the incident of behaviours RN’s to be notified and evaluate interventions by RN every 3 months as per NCP evaluation STAR Health Care Behaviour Monitoring Outcome Chart Name Jo Surname Stan DOB May 29, 1935
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23 | P a g e Star_CHCAGE005_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2 MRN/CRN MRN: 12545626 Date Identified Issues Triggers Interventions Sign/ Designation e . You might have to fill additional form to document the behaviours of Mr. Stan, Use the template below to document any new behaviours that has not been documented in behaviour monitoring Outcome chart used above. STAR Health Care Behaviour Monitoring Log Name: Jo Surname: Stan DOB: May 29, 1935 MRN/CRN: 12545626 DIAGNOSIS: LMO: Dr. Dre
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24 | P a g e Star_CHCAGE005_Student_Assessment_Workbook_2019_v1.2 Purpose: To monitor challenging behaviour and identify triggers to problem Behaviour. Procedure: 1. RN to commence monitoring whenever staff reports challenging behaviour exhibited by resident that have not already been identified in the behaviour monitoring outcome form.
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