Dementia Care: Alzheimer's and Nutrition

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Care of persons with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) requires an interdisciplinary approach to address the numerous problems often seen in these individuals. One concern when caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease is the risk of nutritional impairment. The nurse, dietitian, and other allied healthcare team members play an important role in meeting the nutritional needs of persons with AD. In this course, you will learn about the signs of AD and how it is diagnosed, and about the stages of AD along with interventions you can implement for each stage. You will also learn about nutritional complications, assessments, and interventions that you can implement when caring for those with AD.

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Course Description

Care of persons with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) requires an interdisciplinary approach to address the numerous problems often seen in these individuals. One concern when caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease is the risk of nutritional impairment. The nurse, dietitian, and other allied healthcare team members play an important role in meeting the nutritional needs of persons with AD. In this course, you will learn about the signs of AD and how it is diagnosed, and about the stages of AD along with interventions you can implement for each stage. You will also learn about nutritional complications, assessments, and interventions that you can implement when caring for those with AD.

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