Caring for Someone with Early to Mid Stage Alzheimer's Disease

$164.00

By: Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed)


Caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease can be very challenging, not only because the disease limits ability to communicate or understand, but also because of the emotional aspects of the disease.
This program will help caregivers understand how to relate and communicate in new ways in order to create a higher quality of life for the person with Alzheimer's, their caregivers and their family members. Learn about effective responses to repetitive questions and aggressive behavior, use of language and other forms of communication. Interviews with experts provide additional information about the disease and how to interact effectively.

Topics covered include: • Repetitive questions • Doing chores • Aggressive behavior • Answering difficult questions • Use of language and other forms of communication 

Program comes with support materials, which include outline, learning objectives, key points and definitions, test and answer key. 

Total Course Time: 60 minutes (includes 30 minute DVD, support materials, review and testing)

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  • Caring for a person with Alzheimer's disease can be very challenging, not only because the disease limits ability to communicate or understand, but also because of the emotional aspects of the disease.