Type
Word Search
Description

Activity Based Care
Alzhemiers disease
behavior
catastrophic reactions
cognition
confusion
delusion
dementia
depression
dignity
doing activities
independence
irreversible
meaningful activties
onset
paranoia
progressive
quality of life
respect
sundowning
trigger
wandering

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

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/Dementia Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Behavior
Brain
Caregiver
Confusion
Depression
Disease
Disorientation
Medication
Memory
Mood
Plaques
Sundowning
Syndrome
Tangles

delirium & dementia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a body wound or shock produced by sudden physical injury, as from violence or accident. trauma
most common form of dementia alzheimer
the reversible alteration in cognition caused by acute conditions delirium
the irreversible impairment in cognition caused by disease or injury to the brain dementia
the mental capacity or faculty of retaining and reviving facts, events, impressions, etc., or of recalling or recognizing previous experiences. memory
nocturnal confusion sundowner
the mental capacity or faculty of retaining and reviving facts, events, impressions, etc., or of recalling or recognizing previous experiences. orientation
a disease of the immune system aids
to make unclear or indistinct confusion
the act or process of knowing; perception cognition

Alzheimer's Dementia Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The number of stages of dementia three
Inability to speak aphasia
they have problems with _____memory short
Are at high risk of being ______by caregivers abused
aimlessly walking around wandering
behavior changes when the sun goes down sun downing
false beliefs delusions
at this stage, they require care at a extended care facility; longest stage middle
Dementia is caused by______ and tangles in the brain plaque
Loss or reasoning and _______________ judgment
inability to recognize familiar objects agnosia
misuse of object due to failure to identify an object apraxia
Disease that can not be cured irreversible
focus on their feelings and not the truth validation
event that causes another event trigger
leave the facility without the staff knowing elopment

Alzheimer's disease Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

APOE GENE
caregivers suffer
changes
Common disease
confusion
cure unknown
dementia
depression
DSM IV
early onset
FAD
MCI
medically induced
memory loss
misplacing
neurodegenerative
plagues
progressive
tangles
uncommited

Mental Health Bingo

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Relapse Prevention
Support Groups
Bipolar
Medications
Self esteem
Cognitive Therapy
Person Centered Care
Self Management
Treatment Plan
Coping Skills
Stress
Diagnosis
Suicide
Crisis
Paranoia Disorder
Communication
Depression
Anxiety
Mental Health
Therapy
Personality Disorder
Behavioral Therapy
Psychiatrists
Schizophrenia

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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

Alzheimer's Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a condition in which the signs, symptoms and behaviours of dementia increase when it gets dark sundowning
Seeing, smelling, hearing, tasting or feeling something that is not real hallucination
Inability of a person to think with the usual speed or clarity or to recall people, time or places confusion
a fixed, false belief that is not based on reality delusion
progressive, degenerative disease that gradually destroys nerve cells in the areas of the brain alzheimers
a general term that describes the progressive loss of brain functions dementia
any device, garment, medication that limits or restricts freedom of movement restraint
the ability to move around mobility
a document that details the care and services the client should receive careplan
acronym that stands for dignity, independence, preferences, privacy, and safety dipps
the ability to recognize, perceive, and have an understanding of another person's emotions by seeing things from his or her viewpoint empathy
the state of being free from actual, threatened or imagined danger, risk or injury safety