Examples of responsive behaviours
Some of the most common responsive behaviour for persons living in a long-term care home:
It is important to note that if your personal safety is at risk, leave the room for a safer place, even the hallway. Don’t get into a position where you can’t leave the room. Once you’ve left, get staff assistance immediately.
If such behaviour begins to impact the quality of life of your family member or those around him (co-residents), you should consult with the professional staff to adjust his plan of care.
Specific responsive behaviours
The behaviours covered in this guide are:
Last Updated: 11/08/2017