Changed Behaviour Toolkit
Lead 15-minute learning sessions on changed behaviour in regular staff meetings, at handover time or in a team huddle – using this toolkit!
Changed Behaviour Toolkit Video
Watch this ‘Changed Behaviour Toolkit Video’ to gain practical insights on how to use the CB Toolkit in your training with health and care staff.
The Changed Behaviour Toolkit video was developed by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) DTA team. We would like to acknowledge and thank our expert advisory team for their valuable contribution throughout the development of this resource and QUT eMedia Production Services for filming and producing the video.
The Toolkit Approach
The learning and training ‘tools’ you’ll find in this toolkit focus on best practice approaches with an emphasis on the person behind the behaviour, as well as specific changed behaviour and psychological symptoms.
We developed this toolkit in response to health professionals’ requests for a resource to help them educate their health and care staff that would provide:
- brief ‘bite-sized’ training sessions in time-poor environments
- practical approaches to changed behaviour expressed by people living with dementia in their care.
Topics can be delivered:
in 15 to 20 minutes
in any order and are stand-alone
in any care setting
- explain the concept of changed behaviour in dementia
- identify models to understand and respond to changed behaviour
- identify appropriate assessment processes and tools
- identify interventions used to reduce and manage changed behaviour
Overview of the topics included in the Changed Behaviour Toolkit
Request access to this resource
This is a facilitated resource. To access you must be qualified to lead a small group learning in changed behaviour (e.g. nurse, clinical lead, educator). Please complete the request below stating your role and occupation.
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