External Event: Hygiene for Residents with Dementia


Where: Online Cost: Free

Helping a person living with dementia in LTC to get washed up can be the most challenging activity in a care professional’s day. Explore the common mistakes we don’t know we’re making and how equipment design, care skills, and care planning can reduce moments of friction and enhance the hygiene experience for both the resident and care professional.

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Jennifer Roach, PTA, Clinical Consultant, and PAC Certified Independent Trainer

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