Dementia is a term that is used to describe a collection of symptoms including memory loss, problems with reasoning and communication skills, and a reduction in a person’s abilities and skills in carrying out activities of daily living. There are a number of different types of dementia the most common being Alzheimer’s Disease, Vascular Dementia, Frontol Temporal Dementia and Dementia with Lewy bodies. A diagnosis of mixed dementia is when the presentation shows the person to have elements of more than one type of dementia. Dementia is a progressive condition. The symptoms become gradually worse, the rate of which varies from person to person and each person will experience dementia in a different way.
The purpose of working with people who have dementia, is to improve the functions that the disability affects to the highest possible level. Once achieved, NLP is used to shift the focus and strengthen every other function and resource that the person is using to compensate for the areas that no longer work to their full capacity. Through using the techniques of NLP, we can improve the person’s quality of life and provide them with more independence by removing any possible frustrations she or he is experiencing.
Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston talks to author, Olive Hickmott about how she uses NLP to help people who suffer from Dementia. Health coach, Olive Hickmott will discuss her experience of helping carers (professional or family members) to better understand Dementia and Alzheimer’s from a behavioural point of view. These insights are designed to give carers a different perspective, enabling them to improve the quality of everyone’s experience. Olive will also offer a couple of simple processes to help carers maintain their own health, that is so vital, in such challenging circumstances.
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