Caring for Someone with Early to Mid Stage Alzheimer's Disease DVD
Communication Series - Volume 3
Topics covered include:
When home care professionals and primary caregivers are educated about Alzheimer's Disease and provided with helpful communication tools, it can increase their understanding, making it easier for them to relate with those who have Alzheimer's. Improved communication and acceptance naturally create a higher quality of life for the person who has Alzheimer's.
This program 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.
Interviews with experts on Alzheimer’s disease provide information about the challenges that the disease presents and how to meet them successfully.
• 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)
"...effectively illustrates the importance of making the person with dementia's feelings the top priority. I believe the most valuable message in this video is that people with Alzheimer's Disease are only able to live in the moment, and as caregivers, it is our job to make them as comfortable and happy as possible. I would highly recommend this video to any professional or family caregiver!”
-Angie Pytosh, MGS, LNHA,
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