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Dementia from the Person's Perspective

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Dementia from the Person's Perspective

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ALZH102

This course continues to follow Maria, an 83 year-old woman who is just beginning to show signs of memory loss, and her son John, as they learn about memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.





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Course Information:
  • Online Training Course
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Utilize Tips on How to Be a Good Helper to a Person With Alzheimer's
  • Recommendations from the Alzheimer's Association on How to Deal Effectively With Dementia Care
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Dementia from the Person's Perspective Info:

This course continues to follow Maria, an 83 year-old woman who is just beginning to show signs of memory loss, and her son John, as they learn about memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. We will look at the role of the caregiver as a helper and guide through this traumatic experience.

Included is a discussion of commonly asked questions, how to put yourself in the shoes of a person with memory loss, and tricks to keep your own memory sharp. After completing this lesson, the student will be able to: improve memory with simple tasks; utilize tips on how to be a good helper to a person with Alzheimer's; understand recommendations from the Alzheimer's Association on how to deal effectively with dementia care.

  • 1. How Alzheimer’s disease or dementias feel
  • 2. How caregivers can help with the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease or dementias
  • a. Put yourself in the client’s shoes
  • b. Remember individuality
  • c. Learn your client’s history
  • d. Learn about memory loss
  • 3. Listen carefully to your client and their family
  • 4. Caregiver self-care, help strengthen your own memory
  • a. Exercise
  • b. Drink alcohol in moderation
  • c. Memorize names and phone numbers
  • d. Learn a new skill
  • e. Use your brain at work – take a challenge
  • f. Take a break from TV
  • g. Focus on one thing at a time
  • h. Get good rest
  • i. Eat healthy
  • j. Keep good company
  • 5. Alzheimer’s Association recommendations for helping people with dementias
  • a. Emotional fulfillment
  • b. Quality of life – create relationships
  • c. Optimal care – know client’s abilities
  • d. Caregiver involvement – Person-centered care
  • e. Knowledge – understanding of the disease process


Instructor

Sharon K. Brothers, MSW

Sharon Brothers has been involved in education, writing, management and consulting for a wide range of care-related programs and services. She is currently CEO of the Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) which encompasses the brands: aQuire Training Solutions, Medifecta, CarePro and EasyCEU. Sharon received her Masters degree in Social Work from the University of British Columbia in 1980 and has since spent her professional career in the health care industry, developing and operating four assisted living communities for over 18 years. Sharon's leadership of the IPCed team is based on the concept of building a company that prepares the next generation to provide care to seniors, using the very best practices in e-learning and technology.

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Dementia from the Person's Perspective

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