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 Professional Alzheimer's Trainings

About Professional Training
The Alzheimer's Association is committed to helping professionals improve their knowledge and skills, build stronger teams and deliver better care to people with dementia and their families. Our training and education programs are geared to professionals working in both community-based and residential care settings.

Our programs and meetings have been attended by activity professionals, administrators, nurses, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers and staff trainers. Many of our programs offer CEUs. We also offer classroom and online courses.

On Site training
Our staff offers training programs on a variety of topics and that can be customized to suit the learning needs of staff in your care setting.

For more information call:
1.800.272.3900

Online Courses

Four Part Series
The Alzheimer's Association is partnering with Midland College Health Science Continuing Education to provide professional CEUs such as type II for nursing, social workers, activity directors and other healthcare professionals that accept online training as professional CEU. This seminar has been approved for 3 hours of CEU. In order to receive CEUs, the Midland College Registration form (in order to register, Midland College must have social security number and date of birth), Certificate Request, Evaluation and the post-test must be completed and payment received. The fee is $21 and may be paid by credit card or check (made out to Alzheimer’s Association).

If you are taking this seminar and need a certificate of completion for personal use, you must take the post-test at the end of the seminar. There is a $10.00 fee for a certificate of completion. The fee may be paid either by credit card (information on credit card payment is available following the post-test) or check (made out to the Alzheimer’s Association). Payment must be received before the certificate of completion will be given.

The completed post-test must be submitted to:
Janet Cross, Program Coordinator
Alzheimer’s Association STAR Chapter
Midland Regional Office

The completed forms may be submitted via email to janet.cross@alz.org, or by fax to 432-683-2345, or by mail to:
Janet Cross, Program Coordinator
Alzheimer’s Association STAR Chapter – Midland Regional Office
4400 N. Big Spring, Suite C-32
Midland TX 79705

Alzheimer’s Disease: In The Beginning
In The Beginning: Online Training
In The Beginning: Post-Test

In The Beginning: Professional Credit
Midland College Registration Form
Midland College Certificate Request
Midland College Evaluation

Discusses topics important in the early stages of the disease, such as defining Alzheimer’s, the warning signs, getting a diagnosis, medications, early stage behaviors and interventions, financial and legal issues.
Alzheimer’s Disease: The Journey Continues
The Journey Continues: Online Training
The Journey Continues: Post-Test
The Journey Continues: Professional Credit
Midland College Registration Form
Midland College Certificate Request
Midland College Evaluation
Discusses topics relevant to the middle stages, such as middle stage behaviors and interventions (including medications), alternative living decisions, stress and the caregiver, respite care, and spirituality.
Alzheimer’s Disease: The River's End
The River's End: Online Training
The River's End: Post-Test
The River's End: Professional Credit
Midland College Registration Form
Midland College Certificate Request
Midland College Evaluation
Discusses topics pertinent to the late stages of Alzheimers, such as late stage behaviors and interventions, end-stage issues and decisions, grief, and planning final arrangements.
Alzheimer’s Disease: Life Goes On

Life Goes On: Online Training
Life Goes On: Post-Test

Life Goes On: Professional Credit
Midland College Registration Form
Midland College Certificate Request
Midland College Evaluation
This seminar discusses topics important to life after Alzheimer’s disease, such as estate settlement, grief, and lifestyle changes and adaptations.

Other Professional Educational Opportunities Clergy training Law Enforcement Emergency Responders Businesses.

 
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