Florida Assisted Living Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders: Level II

Green Clock Hours: 4.00

The personality and behavioral changes that commonly accompany Alzheimer’s disease are one of the greatest challenges for caregivers. Choosing the appropriate response for the behavior involves using person-centered care strategies.

 

In the first part of this course, you will learn about behavioral symptoms as a form of communication, the role that understanding the meaning of these behaviors plays in providing person-centered care, and strategies and techniques that you can use to address behavioral symptoms.

 

In the second part of this course, you will learn the various levels of functional ability in persons with Alzheimer’s disease as well as the guidelines you must follow when providing care. You will also learn how you can better assist persons with Alzheimer’s disease with ADL completion.

 

In the third part of this course, you will learn about strategies for creating meaningful and engaging activities as well as types of activities the person with Alzheimer’s disease may engage in.

 

In the last part of this course, learn how to address the medical needs of the person with Alzheimer’s disease using a person-centered approach. You will also learn about medical conditions and symptoms that frequently occur in those with Alzheimer’s disease, such as sleep disorders, falls, and pneumonia and skin breakdown related to immobility.



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Course Description

The personality and behavioral changes that commonly accompany Alzheimer’s disease are one of the greatest challenges for caregivers. Choosing the appropriate response for the behavior involves using person-centered care strategies.

 

In the first part of this course, you will learn about behavioral symptoms as a form of communication, the role that understanding the meaning of these behaviors plays in providing person-centered care, and strategies and techniques that you can use to address behavioral symptoms.

 

In the second part of this course, you will learn the various levels of functional ability in persons with Alzheimer’s disease as well as the guidelines you must follow when providing care. You will also learn how you can better assist persons with Alzheimer’s disease with ADL completion.

 

In the third part of this course, you will learn about strategies for creating meaningful and engaging activities as well as types of activities the person with Alzheimer’s disease may engage in.

 

In the last part of this course, learn how to address the medical needs of the person with Alzheimer’s disease using a person-centered approach. You will also learn about medical conditions and symptoms that frequently occur in those with Alzheimer’s disease, such as sleep disorders, falls, and pneumonia and skin breakdown related to immobility.



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