Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia Care Seminar
Become a Certified Demetia Practitioner
Learn how to understand and properly care for your loved ones by taking the first step in becoming a Certified Dementia Care Practitioner! This seminar is required under the National Council For Certified Dementia PR) continuing Education Practitioners in order to apply to become a Certified Dementia Care Practitioner.
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Who should attend?
This course is highly recommended for healthcare professionals and front-line staff. What you'll receive after completing this seminar:
8 CEs for RN, SW and LCSW
Certificate of Completion
Student Handout Notebook
Seminar Schedule: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
What, specifically, did you learn at the seminar and how will you apply this knowledge to your practice/career?
“Helped me understand the disease process and how to educate staff and families more effectively.”
“I learned how to help my residents adjust to their environment and how to help families cope.”
“Although some of the information presented I already knew, some information presented was an eye opener. Some info presented made me think “oh yes that does make sense, why aren’t we providing more education or investing in certain activities.”
“Understanding the disease while working with the public.”
“Multiple head traumas could increase your risk for dementia.”
“Learned that everyone—caregivers, family, workers—all need stress reduction methods. When I have my staff meetings, I will inform staff of examples of the ways to reduce stress.”
“[I learned] how Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care can cause other diagnoses such as depression, activities that are appropriate for people with the diseases. How to discuss the topics and behaviors with families and provide information to families, caregivers, etc.”
“Resource options and ways to find help on finding more ways to help clients.”
“I enjoyed listening to the different ways to connect with those with dementia. I will be using the fly swatters and balloon activity, how fun!”