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Identify activities that the person with dementia currently enjoys doing. These could be small things such as going for a walk or listening to music. We need to keep doing these things with them, and you may be able to build on and extend these activities. Events of significance Were there any events (negative or positive) the person experienced that were important to them? These could have been life-changing activities such as fighting in a war, living through an earthquake or having a child. These could also include memorable events such as watching a Melbourne Cup race live, meeting the prime minister or competing for their country.
3. Activities of significance • Joy worked in retail, in fashion boutiques, for many years. She then worked casually as an extra in film and television, and continued to do this work into her late sixties. She said she enjoyed meeting people in show business. While describing herself as not being a good cook, Joy said she liked having people over, and Bernie says she was quite the hostess. Joy continues to take pride in her appearance and always puts on lipstick and powder before going out. indd 40 6/06/2014 9:39:03 AM 4.
Most types of dementia are defined by the causes of the brain deterioration, but some are defined by the location of the deterioration. Four common types of dementia are described below; there are many others. The changes in the brain associated with Alzheimer’s disease, neuritic plaques and neurofibrillary tangles tend to damage neuronal material in the hippocampus first. The hippocampus helps with the formation of new memories. That is why short-term memory loss is one of the early symptoms in people with Alzheimer’s disease.
70 Jahre industrialisierte Datenverarbeitung by Adam A.