|Behaviour Change Wheel components||Barriers and enablers||Possible solutions|
Health professionals have reported limited knowledge regarding best practice dementia care .|
Working with people with dementia and carers can be complex and requires high level cognitive and interpersonal skills .
Therapists tend to provide care-based established patterns and changing therapist behviour is difficult .
|Education, Training, Enablement|
Evidence supports programs delivered over a number of consultations which can be difficult to achieve in the Australian settings .|
Occupational therapists often receive referrals for home and safety assessments rather than management of the symptoms of dementia
|Environmental restructuring, Enablement|
Therapists report reduced confidence in intervention so may lack confidence that they can make a difference .|
Therapists tend to work autonomously so they receive little positive reinforcement about their work from within their organisation or from their peers.
|Educate, Persuasion, Enablement|