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EARN 1 FREE SOCIAL WORK CE-HOUR VIRTUALLY:

DEMENTIA BEHAVIORS & NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: 11 A.M.

Dementia’s deteriorating effects on the brain cause neurotransmitter disturbances, neuronal damage and poor integrative function that often manifest in challenging behavioral changes.

Understanding how a person’s cognitive deficits affect their functional ability helps care providers choose appropriate non-pharmacological care approaches to calm, reassure and communicate with them. Upon completion of this course, participants will better understand:

  • How dementia can affect the brain, body, personality and behaviors
  • Goals of non-pharmacological therapies
  • Various types of non-pharmacological therapies
  • How to manage challenging behaviors with non-pharmacological interventions

This live, virtual session is approved for 1 CE-hour for social workers in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.

Register Today

EARN 1 FREE SOCIAL WORK CE-HOUR VIRTUALLY:
DEMENTIA BEHAVIORS & NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4
VIRTUAL PRESENTATION: 11 A.M.

Dementia’s deteriorating effects on the brain cause neurotransmitter disturbances, neuronal damage and poor integrative function that often manifest in challenging behavioral changes.

Understanding how a person’s cognitive deficits affect their functional ability helps care providers choose appropriate non-pharmacological care approaches to calm, reassure and communicate with them. Upon completion of this course, participants will better understand:

  • How dementia can affect the brain, body, personality and behaviors
  • Goals of non-pharmacological therapies
  • Various types of non-pharmacological therapies
  • How to manage challenging behaviors with non-pharmacological interventions

This live, virtual session is approved for 1 CE-hour for social workers in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.

Register Today

With Alicia Seaver, Vice President of Memory Care Operations and Certified Memory Impairment Specialist

This program has been approved for 1 Social Work Continuing Education hour for relicensure, in accordance with 258 CMR. NASW-MA Chapter CE Approving Program, Authorization Number D 81462.

Approved in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.

About Alicia Seaver

Alicia is EPOCH Senior Living’s Vice President of Memory Care Operations and a prominent educator, trainer and speaker, sharing her in-depth knowledge through live seminars and her monthly blog, Advice by Alicia.

She is a Memory Impairment Specialist Certified by the National Institute on Aging and is a State-Certified Alzheimer’s & Related Dementia Trainer and Support Group Facilitator in Massachusetts and Florida.

We hope you can join us for our virtual CE session!