The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 6 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. With the baby boomer populations aging, this number is expected to become 13 million by 2050. How do we as care professionals prepare for this surge?
On Thursday, February 22nd at 2 p.m. EST, a handpicked lineup of specialized nurses will explore the following topics to help you expand your knowledge in the present while preparing for the future of Alzheimer’s and dementia-related care.
- Why Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia behaviors require care and training unlike any other disease in the post-acute industry.
- The challenges of caring for people living with dementia symptoms
- How care differs in home-based versus senior living settings
- What to look for in a professional training partner
- How to equip yourself and your staff to care for your people living with dementia symptoms and their loved ones
Register today and gather your entire team to discover how to ensure your ability to meet the current and impending demand for high-quality Alzheimer’s and dementia care. All attendees also receive a free Alzheimer’s and dementia care resource.
Presented by HCP Training
Officially recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association, HCP Training is created by nurses with decades of experience in post-acute healthcare serving populations of people living with an Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia diagnoses.