Webinar - Managing Clients Behaviours of Concern
2 May 2019 11am - 12pm AEST
Dr Luke Smith, Clinical Neuropsychologist, has a wealth of experience in the multiple sclerosis and progressive neurological disease areas. He will provide key behavioural and communication strategies to implement in your practice to help manage your clients' behaviours of concern and increase your understanding of the underlying pathophysiology.
Understand how multiple sclerosis can change an individual's behaviour and social cognition.
Knowledge of non-pharmacological behaviour support that are commonly used in the neurodegenerative disease area.
Learn communication and behavioural strategies that can support the functioning of people with multiple sclerosis and neurodegenerative diseases.
Presented by Dr Sally Shaw, a health psychologist working within both public and private settings. Dr. Shaw has a particular focus on supporting people with a chronic illness and the strategies and interventions which achieve best results.
Applications and effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing
Appreciation of the stages of behaviour change and the interaction with motivation
The spirit of the Motivational Interviewing style
Knowledge of the 4 guiding principles of Motivational Interviewing
Remain updated on the latest research on multiple sclerosis, treatments and management of symptoms for your clients Current Research. Books* The Can Do Multiple Sclerosis Guide to Lifestyle Empowerment
Managing the Symptoms of MS.
Shapiro, Randall T.
* These are examples of the free e-books available for webinar attendees.
Useful Links and Journal Articles
You can purchase recordings of previous webinars from the MS Shop
MS is a registered NDIS Provider
Refer your progressive neurological clients to us for pre-planning advice, NDIS education and delivery of NDIS services such as support co-ordination, physiotherapy, continence support, exercise physiology and occupational therapy.
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