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Word Search
Description

Module
vascular
Therapy
Habilitation
person
the
for
caring
care
Lewy body
normal
aging
Alzheimer's
one
pound
three
dementia
memory
disease
weight

Dementia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

No Impairment One
Minor Memory Problems (its just age) Two
Cant find the right word Three
Issues with Simple Arithmetic Four
Needs a loved one to manage Finances Four
Has Difficulty Dressing Appropriately Five
Needs a Lot of Help with Day to Day activities Five
Confusion or Unawareness of Enviornment and Surroundings Six
Does well on Memory test Two
Im Sorry Your name again, Please? Three
Loss of Bowel and Bladder Control Six
Very Severe Decline Seven
Completely Lost Seven
Fading Light Triggers Me Sundowners
When light starts to fade, you can ? Turn On Lights
Limit things that can effect sleep Coffee
Stay ____ Calm
Dont _____ Argue
Be _______ Patient
Restless and worried Agitated
a sense of loss causes this wondering
This Dementia causes aggression Vascular
This Dementia is the most common type Alzheimer's
Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Dementia (2nd most common form of Progessive) Dementia With Lewy Body
This Dementia is Alheimer's and Vascular Mixed Dementia
A Progressive and Chronic Nuerological Disorder Parkinsons Dementia
Changes Personality 180* Frontotemporal

Alzheimer's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

most common form of dementia alzheimers
situations that cause agitation, increased stress, or more difficulty thinking triggers
anyone in the supportive network of a patient family
symptoms gradually get worse progressive
defines the time a disease begins (early or late) onset
experience in which a person can hear, smell, taste, or feel something that's not there hallucination
aimless wandering or walking back and forth pacing
primary person in charge of caring for an individual with a serious illness caregiver
mental disorder marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning dementia
probable outcome or course of a disease prognosis
inability to find the correct word or understand the meaning of a word dysphasia
sense of time, direction, and recognition become difficult to distinguish disorientation
suspicion of others that is not based on fact paranoia
factor that increases a persons chance of developing a disease riskfactor
organized gathering of patients, families, and caregivers for the purpose of discussing issues related to the disease supportgroup
process by which a doctor determines what disease a patient has by studying their symptoms and analyzing tests performed diagnosis
reviewing positive memories and experiences reminiscence
false idea that is firmly believed and strongly maintained despite proof and evidence on the contrary delusion
service for people living with and dying from a fatal condition hospice
faculty in which the brain stores and remembers information memory
use of music to improve physical, psychological, cognitive, and social functioning musictherapy
unsettled behaviour in alzheimer's patients evident in late afternoon or early evening sundowning
mistrust as memory worsens in alzheimer's patients (thinking their belongings have been stolen) suspiciousness

Alzheimer's word search

Type
Word Search
Description

Alzheimer's
Dementia
Diagnosis
Disease
Early Stage
Late Stage
Memory loss
Patient
Remembering
Research
Symptoms
Treatments

Dementia Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Therapy
Aging
Agitation
Bathing
Behavior
Brain
Caregivers
Commode
Confusion
Cope
Dementia
Forgetfulness
Helping
Incontinence
Love
Memory Loss
Paranoia
Patient
Seniors
Sundowning

Alzheimer's Disease Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Decreased attention span is what type of loss associated with dementia Affective
Physical, financial and ____________________ affects a person with demential Emotional
A common change in personality adn behavior Wandering
A crucial partner to a person with Alzheimer's disease. Caregiver
A person with late stage Alzheimer's will seclect a meal based on 2 key components. Visual and Spatial
Short tem memory loss recall
Abbreviation for Alzheimer's Disease. ALZ
Nuerofribrillary in the brain tangles
Cognitive Loss is associated with Dementia
ABCs oF behavior are activator, behavior and Consequences
Don't ask a patient with Alzheimer's WHY
When anger occurs Distract

Alzheimer's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Sixth leading cause of death in the United States and most common form of dementia ALZHEIMER'S
The stage were the Alzheimer's disease isn't detected and there is no symptoms STAGE ONE
During this stage of Alzheimer's the person may notice little changes in memory STAGE TWO
During this stage the person may have problems finding the right words during conversations. STAGE THREE
During this stage they patient may start having problems with short term memory STAGE FOUR
During this stage patients being to need help with everyday tasks STAGE FIVE
During this stage patients will need constant supervision. They will need assistance with daily living activities STAGE SIX
During this stage the patients has lose the ability to respond with their environment or communicate STAGE SEVEN
General term for decline in mental ability severe enough to interfere with daily life DEMENTIA
Protein pieces that build up in the spaces between nerve cells PLAQUES
Twisted protein fibers that build up inside cells TANGLES
Asks the same question over and over again; Forgets recent events, conversations, and appointments WARNING SIGNS
a symptom of Alzheimer's that when the daylight ends and darkness starts and confusion and restlessness increases SUNDOWNING
It is important for a CNA to help maintain an Alzheimer patients_____ SAFETY
A CNA need to be _______ when taking care of an Alzheimer's patient PATIENT
Most common age that Alzheimer's is detected SIXTY-FOUR
Early-onset Alzheimer's can develop in people as young as THIRTY

The Nervous System Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A progressive disease that destroys memory and other important mental functions. Alzheimer'sDisease
Mental disorder that causes a person to have mood swings and changes in energy levels BipolarDisorder
A head injury that occurs from a banging movement of the brain against the skull Concussion
A disorder that causes recurring seizures Epilepsy
A disorder that disrupts a persons ability to function at a normal level MentalIllness
Encouraged people with Alzheimer's disease to remember and talk about the past ReminiscenceTherapy
Group therapy that promotes self-esteem, and socialization for the people with Alzheimer's disease RemotivationTherapy
A condition which a person comes restless and agitated in the late afternoon or night Sundowning
a serious, progressive loss of mental abilities such as thinking, remembering, reasoning, and communicating Dementia
a way to improve or change an action or development Intervention
taking things that belong to someone else Pillaging
a method of treating mental illness that involves talking about one's problems with mental health professionals Psychotherapy
the loss of function of the legs, trunk, and arms Quadriplegia
a form of mental illness that may involve acute episodes; affects a person's ability to think, communicate, make decisions Schizophrenia
a progressive disease that causes a portion of the brain to degenerate; causes rigid muscles, shuffling gait, pill-rolling, mask-like face Parkinson'sDisease
the basic nerve cell of the nervous system Neuron
a type of mental illness that causes a person to have mood swings and changes in energy levels and the ability to function BipolarDisorder

Alzheimer's Disease Awareness 2018 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

It is very rare to show signs of dementia before age... forty
... Is a sign of Alzheimer's Disease forgetfulness
A person with Alzheimer's disease can't be left alone
------------- loss is one sing of alzheimers disease memory
alzheimer disease is a ------ disorder brain
with alzheimer disease behaviour became progressively impaired
alzheimers disease is the most commen form of........ dimentia
neurons in certain parts of the brain are distroyed which lead to deficits in ........ function cognitive
Typical Alzheimers lesions start to devolope in the brain already ............ years before the first symptoms twenty
how many stages are in alzheimer disease seven
the early stage of Alzheimer''s disease can iterfere with .... tasks day-to-day
In stage 2 of Alzheimer's disease you may forget the names of ..... family
example of stage 3 sign is getting loss when traveling a ..... route familiar
stage 4 of alzheimers includes .... changes mood

Alzheimers Disease Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

HYPERTENSION
CAREGIVER
DISORIENTATION
SELF CARE
PERSONALITY
JUDGEMENT
REASONING
REMEMBERING
THINKING
DAMAGE
BRAIN
ONSET
IRRITABILITY
SEVERE
MODERATE
MILD
DEMENTIA
CONCENTRATION
CONFUSION
DEPRESSION
COMMUNICATION
FORGETFULNESS
MOODS
ALZHEIMERS
MEMORY

Mental disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Not normal Abnormal
A group of symptoms characterized by loss of mental abilities Dementia
A mental disorder that cannot be traced to a physical cause. Functional disorder
An illness that affects the mind and prevents a person from being productive. Mental disorder
A mental disorder with a physical cause. Organic disorder
A serious eating disorder in which a person refuses to eat enough food to maintain a normal body weight. Anorexia nervosa
A mental illness in which anxiety persist and interferes with normal functioning. Anxiety disorder
A serious eating disorder in which a person. Alternates eating binges with purging Bulimia
A brief description of a person who suffers from a particular disorder. Case history
A mental disorder in which a person is over whelmed by sad feelings Clinical depression
An unrealalistic to behave in a certain way Compulsion
A mental disorder in which a person becomes disconnected from his or her former Identity Dissociation disorder
A somatoform disorder characterized by a constant fear of disease and a preoccupation with ones health Hypochondriac
A mental disorder in which a person's moods or emotions become extreme and interference with daily life. Mood disorder
An idea or thought that takes over the mind and cannot be forgotten. Obsession
Anxiety that is related to a specific situation or object Phobia
A serious mental disorder characterized by unpredictable disturbances in thinking, mood, awareness and behavior Schizophrenia
A mental disorder in which a person complains of physical symptoms for which no underlying physical cause can be found Somatoform
A situation in which several people in the same community attempt to kill themselves within a short period of time Cluster suicide
A mental health professional who specializes in recognizing and treating abnormal behavior Clinical psychologist
Works with a client to help them achieve a full filled and satisfied state in life Occupational therapist
Are members of religious community who have practical training in counceling people with mental and social promblems Pastoral counselor
A physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating mental disorder Psychiatrist
A treatment method that involves conversations with a trained professional Psychotherapy
Work on the needs of others for wellfare Social worker
A particular treatment technique Therapy