full-text ►AHRQ Innovations Exchange | Person-Centered Care for Residents with Dementia Exhibiting Aggressive Behavior Reduces Psychiatric Hospitalizations and Behavior-Related Medications: "Person-Centered Care for Residents with Dementia Exhibiting Aggressive Behavior Reduces Psychiatric Hospitalizations and Behavior-Related Medications
Lakeview Ranch, Inc., a long-term residential care facility, provides a person-centered approach to caring for persons with dementia who exhibit challenging, aggressive behavior. Using many highly trained staff, this care model includes comprehensive screening and evaluation, careful management of the initial transition to the facility, daily dementia-specific activities and therapies (including animal, music, and spiritual therapy), extensive medication reviews, and ongoing monitoring of needs. The program reduced psychiatric hospitalizations and the use of behavior-related medications.
Moderate: The evidence consists of comparisons of psychiatric (behavior-related) hospitalizations and the use of behavior-related medications before and after residents arrived at Lakeview Ranch.
Date First Implemented
Adults age 50 and over who have dementia and exhibit aggressive behaviorAge > Aged adult (80 + years); Vulnerable Populations > Frail elderly; Mentally ill; Age > Senior adult (65-79 years)
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