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Louisiana Dementia Training: NF/SCU-8

Green Clock Hours: 8.00

Part one of this course explains how Alzheimer’s disease affects the brain. It also describes the differences between normal aging and the different forms of dementia.

Part two of this course describes how Alzheimer’s disease affects a person’s communication skills. It also identifies strategies for communicating verbally and non-verbally to help maintain the person’s quality of life.

Part three of this course discusses the meaning behind behaviors and how to manage them. It also identifies strategies for managing caregiver stress.

Part four of this course describes the activities of daily living, or ADL, changes in each stage of Alzheimer’s disease. It also discusses strategies to use to help the person complete their ADLs.

Part five of this course will cover different approaches to help you offer the best care to people with dementia.

Part six of this course identifies common ethical problems families face when their loved one has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. It also reviews strategies to help family members deal with these ethical issues.

Part seven of this course discusses the different medical conditions related to Alzheimer’s disease and strategies to improve nutrition and hydration. It also discusses end-of-life care for those with Alzheimer’s disease.

Part eight of this course discusses how to create engaging activities for people with dementia. It also identifies how activities benefit people with Alzheimer’s disease.



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$80.00

Course Description

Part one of this course explains how Alzheimer’s disease affects the brain. It also describes the differences between normal aging and the different forms of dementia.

Part two of this course describes how Alzheimer’s disease affects a person’s communication skills. It also identifies strategies for communicating verbally and non-verbally to help maintain the person’s quality of life.

Part three of this course discusses the meaning behind behaviors and how to manage them. It also identifies strategies for managing caregiver stress.

Part four of this course describes the activities of daily living, or ADL, changes in each stage of Alzheimer’s disease. It also discusses strategies to use to help the person complete their ADLs.

Part five of this course will cover different approaches to help you offer the best care to people with dementia.

Part six of this course identifies common ethical problems families face when their loved one has Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. It also reviews strategies to help family members deal with these ethical issues.

Part seven of this course discusses the different medical conditions related to Alzheimer’s disease and strategies to improve nutrition and hydration. It also discusses end-of-life care for those with Alzheimer’s disease.

Part eight of this course discusses how to create engaging activities for people with dementia. It also identifies how activities benefit people with Alzheimer’s disease.



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