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Managing Complex Transition:
A practice-based essay is focusing on how the quality of life for people with dementia and/or their carer (s) may be improved in complex situations or at times of crisis. The assignment will comprise of an analytical critical and reflective account of the engagement, assessment and subsequent recommendations for intervention(s) with a person with dementia and/or their carer(s). For the purposes of this module, the assignment should be based upon a real clinical situation in which the student has been involved and, in which the student feels the outcome could have been enhanced by the use of a more structured approach. it is expected that students,
1. provide a summary of the appropriate theoretical approach (1000 Words) then,
2. Provide a detailed reflection upon how such an approach could have been utilised (1500 words).
1. Demonstrate a broad knowledge and understanding of what comprises crisis and
complexity in the experience of dementia for the person with dementia, their carers,
professionals and provider organizations
2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the potential impact on people with
dementia and their carers of common transitional points when living with dementia.
3. Explain the extent to which systems and organisations may contribute to crisis and
steps towards resolution in the bilingual context
4. Identify and critically reflect on context appropriate intervention strategies to promote
quality of life for people with dementia and their carers in the bilingual setting
5. Identify and critically appraise context appropriate intervention strategies to promote
quality of life for people with dementia and their carers
6. Reflect on the active ingredients of therapeutic interventions at times of perceived
7. Critically appraise practice and organisational values and their contribution towards
crisis and complexity
8. Demonstrate proficiency in the application of assessment, formulation and intervention
skills in the context of crisis and complexity in dementia care
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