Creating Moments of Joy for People with Alzheimer’s
Learn how to help people with Alzheimer's disease live as well as possible with practical tips and advice.
Understand how to create moments of joy for people with Alzheimer’s
When someone has short-term memory loss their life is made up of moments. This means we cannot always create a wonderful day, but we can create a wonderful moment.
In this course you’ll find out how to encourage and enjoy such wonderful moments. You’ll get practical tips to ease the daily struggles of Alzheimer’s for those living with it, and those helping them. Ultimately you will learn how to look beyond the challenges of the disease and focus on creating the best possible life for those living with Alzheimer’s.
What will you achieve?
Summarise why all conversation needs to focus on memories that someone with Alzheimer’s has left
Describe ways to trigger memories for someone with Alzheimer’s
Develop strategies for determining the age the person with Alzheimer’s is living in their mind
Describe ways to make a person with Alzheimer’s feel like everything is okay in this moment
Identify three questions to ask yourself before correcting or contradicting a person with Alzheimer’s
Explain how your mood affects the mood of someone with Alzheimer’s
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease, or anyone who wants to know more about dealing with the effects of the disease. You don't need any past experience.
This course is advertised on reed.co.uk by the Course Provider, whose terms and conditions apply. Purchases are made directly from the Course Provider, and as such, content and materials are supplied by the Course Provider directly. Reed is acting as agent and not reseller in relation to this course. Reed's only responsibility is to facilitate your payment for the course. It is your responsibility to review and agree to the Course Provider's terms and conditions and satisfy yourself as to the suitability of the course you intend to purchase. Reed will not have any responsibility for the content of the course and/or associated materials.