An overview of delirium in older adults for familes, informal caregivers and seniors.

A pamphlet for family members of an older adult who are about to return home from hospital describing signs, symptoms, and strategies for the prevention of delirium in older adults. 2 Pages.

A handout for health care providers with information about managing delirium within hospital & long-term care settings in the South East Local Health Integration Network. 2 pages.

A guide for family members of an older adult living in a long-term care facility and for older adults who are preparing to move to a long-term care facility. It gives information about mental health issues that are common among residents of long-term care homes and suggests strategies to improve their quality of life. 17 pages.

Information sheet for family and friends of patients with delirium in the hospital setting. 3 pages.

Information sheet for family and friends of patients with delirium in the hospital setting. 10 pages.

"This clinical guideline describes methods of preventing, identifying, diagnosing and treating delirium. In particular, the guideline focuses on preventing delirium in people identified to be at risk, using a targeted, multicomponent, non‑pharmacological intervention that addresses a number of modifiable risk factors ('clinical factors')."

An adaptation of the National Guidelines for Seniors’ Mental Health: The Assessment and Treatment of Delirium. Guideline is designed to guide the care of older adults with delirium at the end of life and their families across care settings. 68 Pages.

Evidence-based nursing best practice guidelines for the screening of delirium, dementia, and depression in older adults suitable for all health care providers in any setting. 115 Pages.

These best practice guidelines, designed for long term care provides evidence based recommendations in four key areas of senior's mental health: delirium, depression, mental health issues, suicide risk & prevention of suicide.
62 Pages.

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