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E-learning “Supokare” new content “Intellectual disability and dementia” for staff at support facilities for people with disabilities

NPO Human Resources Development Organization
E-learning “Supokare” new content “Intellectual disability and dementia” for staff at support facilities for people with disabilities ~Information about the content distributed in December of e-learning “Supokare” for welfare service facilities with disabilities~ ……
NPO Human Resources Development Organization (Chairman: Masao Mizutani, Headquarters: Tokyo), which operates e-learning “Supporters College (Supokare): https://live-learning.jp/” for support workers working at welfare service facilities for people with disabilities. Shinjuku Ward) has created new training content.
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Overview The content distributed in December of the e-learning “Supporters College (Sapokare)” for support workers working at welfare service facilities for people with disabilities is “Intellectual Disability and Dementia” (https://live-learning.jp/post-kougi /01231200/)”. Japan is experiencing a super-aging society, and as the number of elderly people increases, the number of patients with dementia is also increasing. In the field of welfare services for people with disabilities, the number of users is aging, and responding to the aging population has become an urgent issue. However, in the field of support, people may feel confused about how to respond, and even if they suspect dementia, they may not be able to tell the difference, and may not know how to respond. This time, we will be giving a lecture on the differences and points to distinguish between the characteristics of intellectual disabilities and dementia. Lecturer: Miyuki Muraoka, National Comprehensive Facility for Persons with Severe Intellectual Disabilities, Nozomi-no-en, Research Department, Research Division, Research Section Chief New Contents [Image 2

◆Part 1: “Difference between intellectual disability and dementia” We will explain the difference between intellectual disability and dementia, and give examples of changes in lifestyle that can lead to suspicion of dementia. We will also cover and explain methods for detecting dementia, such as “MMSE” and “DSQIID.”
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◆Part 2: “Key points to distinguish from other diseases” We will discuss diseases that have similar symptoms to dementia, such as depression and delirium, and explain the points to be aware of. We will also think about how to diagnose and find medical institutions if you have an intellectual disability.

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◆3rd “Dementia Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities – Let’s practice while “visualizing” changes” The concept of “ICF” and neuropsychological tests such as “NPI-NH” as dementia care for people with intellectual disabilities We will discuss the following and explain the care program. We will also think about ways to continue your care program. →Click here for “Intellectual Disability and Dementia” https://live-learning.jp/post-kougi/01231200/
Comment from the production person There was a user who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s type dementia at the company I belonged to before. I had been experiencing symptoms in daily life, but they were not visible during the day, so I visited a medical institution several times until I was finally diagnosed. As explained in the lecture, it takes several days to receive a diagnosis of dementia. Symptoms may progress during this time, so the awareness and ability of support staff who provide support on a daily basis are important. We hope that all business establishments facing aging issues and those currently confronting these issues will listen to this video and use it as a reference for their daily support. →Click here for “Intellectual Disability and Dementia” https://live-learning.jp/post-kougi/01231200/ [Image 7

https://live-learning.jp/About the NPO Human Resources Development Organization The NPO Human Resources Development Organization provides support to staff working at support facilities for people with disabilities while they are in the field of support. By providing opportunities to enhance the knowledge and skills required in the field and deepen the mission of welfare for people with disabilities, we will foster a sense of job satisfaction and pride in each and every employee, and contribute to the industry as a whole. We aim to improve our services and social status. We also aim to help companies hire people with disabilities. We would like to ask for your understanding and support of the purpose of “Supporters College (Supporters College),” and we would like to invite as many corporations and facilities as possible to participate. [Company Profile] Organization name: NPO Human Resources Development Organization Address: 4th floor, Yuki Building, 2-4 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0825 Representative: Masao Mizutani, Chairman Established: May 2000 Month (certified by Tokyo)Tel: 03-5206-7831Fax: 03-5206-7883
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URL: http://www.npo-jinzai.or.jp/ Business content: Welfare service third-party evaluation business, social network business, live learning business (e-learning for disabled welfare service facilities) Qualification: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Welfare Services Evaluation Promotion Organization “Welfare Service Third-Party Evaluation Agency” (Organization 02-005) ●Supporters College URL: https://live-learning.jp/Production and operation cooperation/Learning Square Co., Ltd. (https://learning2. co.jp/)
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