Smoothing Transitions – A Behaviour Support Transitional Pathway for People with Responsive Behaviours


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These rounds are open to healthcare workers and students as a learning forum to review leading practices in the assessment and supportive management of challenging responsive behaviours in individuals living with dementia. The rounds will offer practical approaches to support the work of frontline team members.

These Rounds are being presented by: Jillian McConnell, Katelynn Aelick, Lindsey Glover, Simonne Cumberbatch, Racquel Mason Heritage, and Einat Danieli.

The learning objectives for Smoothing Transitions:

1. Introduction to Behaviour Support best practice transitional pathway and tools

2. Overview of BSO’s ‘My Transitional Care Plan during the COVID-19 Pandemic’ Tool

3. Learn about how teams can collaborate across the continuum in supporting transitions

4. Understand how the pathway and tools can be implemented via case study

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