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Online Training Tutorials

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Online tutorials to guide you in caring for someone with Alzheimer's or other dementias.

By taking these classes, you will gain a valuable insight into providing better care for a loved one with dementia.

At the end of the course you will be equipped with several techniques to help improve both you and your loved one's quality of life.

Each class can be completed within 5-15 minutes. No pre-registration required.

At the end of each class you can download a class checklist PDF.


About the development of the Home Instead Senior Care CARE training programme:

A panel of experts with a variety of knowledge within the ageing field have worked with the Home Instead Senior Care network to develop the content and enhance the Alzheimer's or other dementias CARE programme

Our panel of experts:

Michael Smull,
Co-owner of Support Development Associates

Suzanne Mintz,
President and CEO of NFCA

Glenn Smith,
M.D., The Mayo Clinic

Eric Rodriguez,
M.D., University of Pittsburg Medical Center

Robert Stein,
President and CEO, American Society on Aging

David Troxel,
Co-Author of "A Dignified Life: The Best Friends Approach to Alzheimer’s Care“

Amy D’Aprix,
M.S.W., Ph.D., President, Essential Conversations Inc.

Tanya Richmond, M.S.W., C.R.C.C., L.C.S.W.,
CARES UNC Chapel Hill School of Social Work

Jane Potter, M.D.,
Home Instead Center for Successful Aging

Brenda Keller, M.D.,
Home Instead Center for Successful Aging

Tom Magnuson, M.D.,
Home Instead Center for Successful Aging

Thoughts from the experts

“The Home Instead Senior Care training programme addresses an important and growing need for older people and their families.

Using principles of adult learning to instruct CAREGivers and incorporating state-of-the-art research on behavioural approaches, this programme promises to raise the level of expertise in dementia care. The behavioural issues addressed by this programme are among the most challenging for families.

CAREGivers and family carers who complete this training will be able to demonstrate, and teach how best to provide care for people with dementia and also improve the quality of life for those individuals through sensitive and empathetic care”


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