Cognitive Impairment

The below items have "Cognitive Impairment" as a subject.

Title Formatsort descending Publication Year Call Number Abstract
Caring for the cognitively impaired patient: nursing management of acutely ill elders with Alzheimer's disease. Appendices Book 1990 PS4.W12

Accompanies PS4.W10 1990

Caring for the cognitively impaired patient: nursing management of acutely ill elders with Alzheimer's disease Book 1990 PS4.W13

Accompanies PS.W10 1990

Caring for the Cognitively Impaired Patient: Nursing Management of Acutely Ill Elders With Alzheimer's Disease. Teacher's Guide Book 1990 PS4.W10

Accompanies PS4.W12 and PS4.W13

A Family Matter: A longitudinal study of California caregivers of brain-impaired adults Book 1991 FM7.F4
Screening for cognitive impairment in the geriatric patient: user's guide Book 1992 PS4.G30
How to communicate with someone who has Aphasia [handouts] Curricula/Educational unit 2000 CO5.H11

Accompanies video CO5.H10 2000.

Screening for cognitive impairment in the geriatric patient DVD 1991 PS5.O43

This DVD explains and demonstrates the usefulness of the Folstein Mini Mental State Exam which is used to screen for

Reminiscence therapy (Caring for the cognitively impaired patient series) DVD 1990 CO5.D5

Ms. Dutton introduces the idea of reminiscence therapy as an intervention tool for the gerontological nurse.

How to communicate with someone who has Aphasia DVD 2000 CO5.H10

Learn how to communicate effectively with someone who has aphasia, using techniques developed by speech-language path

Pain in Cognitively Impaired Seniors: Assessment and Management DVD 2003 FA5.P10

This video program, divided into two 20 minute learning modules, provides a simple and effective process to help you

The Alzheimer's Project (Disc 3 of 3) DVD 2009 MH5.P22

THE ALZHEIMER'S PROJECT shows there is now genuine reason to be optimistic about the future.

Caring for the cognitively impaired patient, 2 DVD 1990 MH5.G12

Two case studies are used to describe basic communication skills for working with a person who is suffering from deme

Cognitive assessment of the cognitively impaired patient [Caring for the cognitively impaired patient (4)] DVD 1990 MH5.G10

Demonstrates the use of screening tools for assessing cognitive impairement, including: observation, mental status ex

Case management of the cognitively impaired patient, 3 DVD 1990 MH5.G11

Through several case studies, issues of preadmission and admission, hospital stay, and discharge planning are covered

Understanding Social Security Disability Programs: Mental Impairments DVD 2004 MH5.U30

Video and accompanying booklet that explains SSA's disability determination process, role of psychiatric consultants

An overview of Alzheimer's disease [cover: biomedical aspects of aging and Alzheimer's disease] DVD 1990 MH5.W1

Provides an overview to aging and Alzheimer's Disease--what is normal change and what is disease.

Cognitive impairment. New perspective in geriatric medicine series DVD 1989 PS5.J12

Provides an overview of cognitive impairment-- including differences in delirium, dementia, and depression.

Brief Evaluation of Executive Dysfunction: An Essential Refinement in the Assessment of Cognitive Impairment DVD 2009 FA5.A14

Understanding a patient's ability to safely and adequately care for himself/herself after discharge is critical in th

Communication Difficulties DVD 2009 FA5.A15

Although dementia may reduce expressive and receptive abilities, persons with cognitive loss are still able to commun

Delirium: The Under-Recognized Medical Emergency DVD 2009 FA5.A16

Despite its prevalence, delirium often goes unrecognized.

Mental Status Assessment (Mini-Cog) DVD 2009 FA5.A26

Using the case of an 89-year-old woman who is experiencing mild cognitive impairment after a fall, this DVD discusse

Victims with disabilities: The forensic interview Mixed media 2007 CO5.V20

Video with training guide covering various techniques for interviewing victims of crime who have communication and/or

Cognitive impairment. New perspective in geriatric medicine series Videocassette 1989 PS5.J12

Provides an overview of cognitive impairment-- including differences in delirium, dementia, and depression.

Caring for the cognitively impaired patient, 2 Videocassette 1990 MH5.G12

Two case studies are used to describe basic communication skills for working with a person who is suffering from deme

Cognitive assessment of the cognitively impaired patient [Caring for the cognitively impaired patient (4)] Videocassette 1990 MH5.G10

Demonstrates the use of screening tools for assessing cognitive impairement, including: observation, mental status ex

Case management of the cognitively impaired patient, 3 Videocassette 1990 MH5.G11

Through several case studies, issues of preadmission and admission, hospital stay, and discharge planning are covered

Screening for cognitive impairment in the geriatric patient Videocassette 1991 PS5.O43

This videotape explains and demonstrates the usefulness of the Folstein Mini Mental State Exam which is used to scree

Screening for cognitive impairment in the geriatric patient Videocassette 1991 PS5.O43

This videotape explains and demonstrates the usefulness of the Folstein Mini Mental State Exam which is used to scree

Screening for cognitive impairment in the geriatric patient Videocassette 1991 PS5.O43

This videotape explains and demonstrates the usefulness of the Folstein Mini Mental State Exam which is used to scree

An overview of Alzheimer's disease [cover: biomedical aspects of aging and Alzheimer's disease] Videocassette 1990 MH5.W1

Provides an overview to aging and Alzheimer's Disease--what is normal change and what is disease.

How to communicate with someone who has Aphasia Videocassette 2000 CO5.H10

Learn how to communicate effectively with someone who has aphasia, using techniques developed by speech-language path

Understanding Social Security Disability Programs: Mental Impairments Videocassette 2004 MH5.U30

Video and accompanying booklet that explains SSA's disability determination process, role of psychiatric consult

Pain in Cognitively Impaired Seniors: Assessment and Management Videocassette 2003 FA5.P10

This video program, divided into two 20 minute learning modules, provides a simple and effective process to help you

Reminiscence therapy (Caring for the cognitively impaired patient series) Videocassette 1990 CO5.D5

Ms. Dutton introduces the idea of reminiscence therapy as an intervention tool for the gerontological nurse.

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