I spoke with Valerie Powell, Behavioural Support Systems Coordinator for Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care about your question. She spoke to some of her contacts who had this to say:
I don't know of a specific tool for measuring or tracking sexual behaviour but the DOS could certainly be adapted to track any type of behaviour. If using it I would strongly suggest that the first few ratings or numbers remain so that calm behaviour is also recorded and levels of agitation - as they may be a good indication of any escalated behaviour , including sexual. If done every half hour or hour the DOS will also indicate whether there is a pattern of escalation or if there is a trigger. I would ask the staff to write any triggers or interventions in the margin or box - e.g. time of meds (some Parkinsons meds can increase sexual behaviour) or visits by family or visits by other residents.
A bigger concern is the response by staff. The for the area PRC [
contact information here - http://brainxchange.ca/Public/Resource-Centre-Topics-A-to-Z/Psychogeriatric-Resource-Consultants.aspx] provide education on sexual behaviour with staff.
Also Lynda you may want to check our Resource Centre page on Intimacy & Sexuality http://brainxchange.ca/Public/Resource-Centre-Topics-A-to-Z/Intimacy-and-sexuality.aspx