The Brain Change Awareness Mini-Poster Set contains 15 infographic posters which are organized in two general categories – Dementia and Brain Change and Care Partner Relationship. We suggest displaying the posters in the order below, all at once, rotated in pairs, or one at a time. For some display options please see the links below.
Dementia and Brain Change
What is Dementia?
This poster details the basic premises of what dementia is and is not, and emphasizes the fact that dementia is brain failure.
What’s Under the Umbrella?
In this visually appealing poster, an image showing the umbrella of dementia is displayed with some of the most common forms of dementia as raindrops.
What Dementia Are You Seeing?
This poster is a continuation of the previous poster, and provides details of the four most common forms of dementia, as well as the Four Truths of All Dementias.
What Happens Where? Understanding Your Brain
This colorful poster contains a colorful image of the different areas of the brain, and the functional role each plays.
5 Ways the Brain Takes in Information
This poster explains the five ways that brains receive information and the areas they are processed in the brain.
How Do Delirium, Depression, Anxiety, and Depression Relate?
In this vivid poster, the essential details of these conditions are described.
What Should We Do for Each Condition?
This poster is a continuation of the previous poster, and explains the consideration of care of each condition.
Care Partner Relationship
Why Make a Positive Personal Connection (PPC)?
This poster explores the importance and principles of Positive Personal Connections.
What Are My Positive Action Starters (PAS)?
This poster pairs well with the previous poster, featuring the significance and essential steps of Positive Action Starters.
Steps to Build a Better Dementia Care Culture
This poster uses a real-life example of a behavior to address the steps of knowledge, from Unaware through Competent.
How Can We Change Dementia Care?
This poster pairs well with the previous poster by detailing the steps of building dementia care knowledge.
Extreme Emotion Can Hide Unmet Needs
This brightly-colored poster details different human emotional states.
What Do We All Need to Survive?
Colorful icons and simple explanations are used to present the concept of unmet needs in this poster.
When It Isn’t Working, What Can You Do?
The five ways to apologize are described in this vibrant poster.
Change is Challenging
This poster explores small steps of change and ideas for how to make the change successfully.
Use a changeable frame- store all posters in the frame, and rotate them out weekly, bi-weekly or monthly.
Use acrylic mounts- put on doors/walls in areas where staff or families frequent. Get multiple poster sets and have them in various locations!
Clicking on the above links will take you to an Amazon product page for the frame and mount options