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We offer several educational programs for families and individuals facing Alzheimer’s, as well as community members. Most of these programs, described below, are free of charge. Click here to see a complete list of our Programs.

 

Alzheimer's Association - Greater PA 2014 Conferences

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Get trained. Get certified. It's essentiALZ . Do you provide care for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s? The Alzheimer’s Association® essentiALZ™ certification program is a convenient way for individuals to be recognized for learning quality dementia care practices. The essentiALZ program combines select HealthCare Interactive CARES® online dementia care training with Alzheimer’s Association certification exams. Click here to get certified!        

ELEARNING:

From the first concerns about memory changes through diagnosis and progression of the disease, a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or another dementia, is a journey that best begins with information and education. To support this, the Alzheimer's Association is now offering e-learning options online for anyone to view from the comfort of their home, on their own schedule and at their own pace. Visit elearning.alz.org for more information

 

MONTHLY TELECONFERENCES:

Early Stage Education & Support for Persons Living with Dementia; 3rd Wed./Month
Younger Onset Early Stage Support; 4th Thurs./month
Early Stage Education & Support for Care Partners; 4th Thurs./month

 

 

 

Art Engagement Programs

A number of our partners throughout Pennsylvania have art engagement programs available through interactive gallery tours facilitated by trained docents or volunteers for individuals with Alzheimer's disease or related dementias, their families and professional caregivers. The goal of such programs is to make art accessible to people living with dementia by exploring what they see in art and what memories the art may invoke in them. While many will not remember their visit to the gallery, most will find joy in the moment of viewing the art.

Current opportunities with gallery partners include the Maslow Study Gallery at Marywood University, the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Andy Warhol Museum/ADRC.

 


 

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