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Session Description: This session will explore the delicate balance between respecting resident rights and safety with respect to cognitively impaired residents (e.g., dementia, Alzheimer’s disease) who are or chose to be sexually active.
Identify the clinical and legal risks associated with cognitively impaired residents who are sexually active.
Implement useful strategies geared at protecting resident's right and resident safety, while avoiding legal liability.
Appreciate "lessons learned" based on actual civil and criminal cases involving sexual issues and residents with dementia.
Develop appropriate policies and procedures that can help medical directors, attending physicians and facilities avoid legal liability.
Speaker(s): Patricia Bach, PsyD, MS, RN Alan Horowitz, JD, RN Peter Jaggard, MD, CMD Lindsey R. Neal, MD, CMD
Eastern Virginia Medical School