Online Course » Alzheimer's and memory care - Activities for Special People, Part 2 - Household Chores can be FUN

Course Description:
Designing activities for individuals with dementia can be challenging. This course gives examples and ideas for activities that work and involve residents, staff, and the community.
Course Objective:
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Implement ideas for a good activity program; Understand the importance of memory stimulation in the activity plan; Utilize activities recommended by the Alzheimer's Association.
Hours:
1.00
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