Occupational therapy for people with motor neurone disease (MND)

Occupational therapy for people with motor neurone disease (MND)

Understanding and supporting people with dementia-related visual impairment Please use the accompanying notes in the workbook when completing this Group CPD session Photos courtesy of: Lehmann et al. (2011); Shakespeare et al. (2015) Learning outcomes Consolidate knowledge of the core features of several dementias Develop greater depth of understanding that dementia-related visual impairment may be a symptom of different forms of dementia, arising from damage to the brain rather than the

eye Critically consider the lived experience of dementia-related visual impairment and its impact on occupational performance Debate and reflect upon the occupation based contributions that occupational therapists can make, to assist people with visual processing problems resulting from dementia Debate and discuss the ways that occupational therapists can work collaboratively, across organisational boundaries, to support people with dementia-related visual impairment and

their families to live their lives their way 2 Share your key learning points about what you have learnt about the dementias and the associated visual impairments (10mins) 3 Share your key learning points about what it is like to live with dementia and the associated visual impairments (10mins) what have you learnt? Animation by: Simon Ball, supported by the Alzheimers Society and the Wellcome Trust 4

As occupational therapists, what can we do to support people who live with dementia-related visual impairments and their families (25mins) Occupation-centred describes an approach where occupation is at the core. It is made up of occupation-focused and occupation-based practice Solution focused Pragmatic reasoning and evidence base Occupation-based

Occupation-focused describes practice where the doing of occupation is the main ingredient in assessment, intervention and measure of outcomes describes practice where information about the person, environment and occupation relates closely with occupational performance 5

Integrated services what does this mean to you? (5 mins) What is available locally? Make inter-professional links across traditional boundaries Role of the charitable and voluntary sector

Research trials opportunity for participation 6 Understanding and supporting people with dementia-related visual impairment References, further reading and resources are listed in the back of your CPD workbook Please capture your immediate take home points and your future learning needs

in your workbook 7 Further information For further information on the Seeing What They See research team http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dementia-vision 8

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