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             Strategic than can be used minimise agitation in demented people can be Behaviour-oriented therapies which are used most often with patients who exhibit behaviours that are difficult to manage. The therapies consist of changing environmental factors thought to affect the patients and to reduce the patients’ behavioural problems. There is some various evidence for the importance of such therapies, but more clinical trials are necessary.Emotion-oriented therapies involves options like psychotherapy. They are mainly used to address issues of memory loss and to improve mood and behaviour.Cognition-oriented therapies include reality orientation, cognitive retraining and skills focusing on cognitive deficits. This type of treatment provides some improvements, but also they are generally short-term.Stimulation-oriented therapy includes therapies related to pleasurable activities, such as art, music or exercise. Some facts reveals its relative effectiveness in reducing behavioural, reminiscence and art activities, may be beneficial and have a calming or rewarding effect for the person with dementia. Music/rhythm part of our brains is one of the last affected by dementia. Because our musical memories stay intact for a long time, music can not only affect mood, but reawaken remote memories.everyone likes distinct songs for different reasons. Ask what they’d like to hear, or try playing songs from their youth.Listening to music and having a conversation is best when people and places become difficult to recognise.A familiar song is more likely to remind them with certain event in a lifetime Play it on headphones, pipe it through speakers, sing, dance, sway, or hold hands—and reminisce. Because the music we love is not related to loss of short-term memory, but rather to our emotional system, which is still very much intact, we will always love our music no matter how advanced our dementia is. Validating therapy involves communicating with the person with dementia by respecting the person feelings. This is done for whatever the person reality is not the here and now. The logic behind at the validating therapies is that the person reality is more important than actual reality.Validating their reality brings about increased communication, decreased anxiety, less over reacting out improved interacting/socialised and improved facial expression, smiling ad eye contact. Its an option for negative behaviour and outburst. If anyone is agitated you should use calming and supportive measures are appropriate, including validation and redirection.EXAMPLE;  Resident is excited for her baby, where is my baby she says, i cant find my baby. DO NOT REPLY; there is no baby here, you don’t have a baby you are 85years old for crying out loud.Reply by validating;  lets go see if we can find the baby, in this approach you validating her feelings and you are redirecting her attention by taking her out of the room to calm her and refocus on something else. Instructive activities like housed chores such