As same as all continuing professional trainings, there is a risk that the lessons learned will fade away, especially if there is resistance to change or no committed support and supervision from the management. While the term “good treatment” has become a key term in official recommendations, evaluation and accreditation processes, there is still a lack of clear benchmarks in the daily practice.
For example, one trained caregiver may think that it is necessary to make a weak person walk, another may say
the opposite. The notion of benevolence is often perceived as obvious and natural. However, the behaviour of people, particularly those with cognitive-mnemonic disorders, shows that professionalized and consistent care is not simple.