BPSD Learning Resources
Behaviour is responsive. It occurs in response to stimuli from physical, social and/or emotional environments. In particular, those who are diagnosed with dementia are particularly sensitive to their environment and associated behavioural responses are triggered by events or interactions. The resulting changes in behaviour are often referred to as “Behavioural & Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD)”.
These simple handouts are suitable for a library of quick references appropriate for a variety of audiences. They provide a sample of the quality of educator resources available on our Sageducation site.
Structural Functional: Infosheets
- Frontal Lobe
- Limbic System
- Occipital Lobe
- Parietal Lobe
- Temporal Lobe
- The Cerebellum, Brain Stem and Sub-cortical Regions