This program addresses common issues that caregivers in a home health setting will face in treating a patient with Alzheimer's. Join us as we discuss the stages of Alzheimer's and the modifications that can be made in the home to help these patients.
2 CE Contact Hours
Learning Guide Included
Additional information about Alzheimer's Disease And Related Disorders III (For Home Health) DVD
Alzheimer‘s is a progressive, degenerative disorder that attacks nerve cells in the brain which results in memory loss, deterioration of thinking and language skills, and significant behavioral changes. This program will help nursing professionals and other healthcare providers distinguish normal aging and memory loss from ADRD and recognize disease progression and characteristics of ADRD associated with each stage of disease.
Video running time: 95 minutes running time. 2 hours CE credit available - see below for details.
Objectives At the completion of this program, the participant will be able to:
Distinguish normal aging and memory loss from ADRD
Identify disease progression and characteristics associated with each stage of ADRD
Utilize effective communication skills with ADRD patients
Develop problem solving strategies and techniques for dealing with challenging patient behaviors
Provide personal care to ADRD patients that fosters maximum independence and dignity
Formulate strategies for working with families and caregivers
About the Continuing Education
Access to an online workbook is provided which can be downloaded.
There is no limit to the number of workbooks that can be downloaded or number of learners that can apply for CE. The programs are intended to train large numbers of learners.
There is a CE fee of $15.00 per certificate paid to NEVCO.