Online Course » Alzheimer's and memory care - Environment IS Important, Part 1

Course Description:
While the physical environment is important in any home, it is especially important the living space of a person with Alzheimer’s. Learn how to create an environment that gives the appropriate amount of stimulation and calm for individuals with dementia, including specific details like color and room design.
Course Objective:
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Understand how important environment is to the person with Alzheimer's in creating a sense of calm and not chaos; Identify environmental factors that affect people with dementia; Utilize environmental cues or signals to assist people being cared for. 
Hours:
1.00
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