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

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

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VBTP127

This video defines Alzheimer's disease and its effects and teaches positive communication techniques that allow home care professionals and primary caregivers to respond with more flexibility and consideration.

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Course Information:
  • Streaming Video
  • Learn to Use Three Core Principles in Dementia Care
  • Learn Principles and Techniques That Help Provide Solutions to Challenges That Occur
  • Solutions to Challenges That Occur in the Mid to Late Stages of Alzheimer’s
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Caring for Someone with Mid to Late Stage Alzheimer's Disease Info:

Course Description

This 1 hour program explores some typical issues that occur in the mid to late stages of Alzheimer’s disease. It will help you find solutions that can be applied to your own caregiving situation.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this training, the participant will: Learn Principles and Techniques That Help Provide Solutions to Challenges That Occur; learn to use three core principles in dementia care; learn principles and techniques that help provide solutions to challenges that occur in the mid to late stages of Alzheimer’s.

Course Outcomes:

  • Mid to Late Stage Alzheimers
  • Challenges of advanced dementia
  • Caregiver success and wellness
  • Disease progression and death
  • Activities and tolerance levels
  • Naps
  • Balancing the day
  • Repetitive calling out
  • Family rituals
  • Core principles
  • The need behind a behavior
  • Pain management
  • Incontinence and toileting
  • Intimacy and sexuality
Instructor:Marion Karpinski, R.N.

Marion Karpinski, R.N. brings 40 years of nursing experience, much of which took place in hospital or skilled home care settings. By working with area agencies on aging, hospices, home health agencies, hospitals, faith-based organizations, community colleges and other organizations, we have been able to reach greater numbers of providers. We have had a significant impact on the training of both family and paraprofessional care providers.

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

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