Brain Heath As You Age
Brain Health As You Age is designed to help older adults, caregivers, or both, learn how to reduce risks that may be related to brain health. This hour-long presentation offers information about Aging and Health; Good Health and the Normal Aging Brain, Threats to Brain Health; and Healthy Aging for Your Body and Brain. Brain Health As You Age has received the review of the National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and has been recommended by the Administration for Community Living.
Our three-part online Dementia series offers training for caregivers of people with dementia, and includes The Dementia Overview for Family and Friends, Planning Activities for Persons With Dementia, and Understanding Behavior and Support Needs of Persons With Dementia. Each online class is an hour long. You may register for one or all three. Please register for each training separately.
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Creating Confident Caregivers
Creating Confident Caregivers is an evidence-based university tested program for family members caring for someone at home experiencing memory loss or other dementia (such as Alzheimer’s Disease). This six-week workshop is held once each week for two hours and respite care may be available for caregivers while they attend. There is no charge for the workshop or materials, and all classes are led by a trained dementia care specialist. This program provides participants with the information, skills and strategies found helpful in managing stress and improving caregiver effectiveness.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Powerful Tools for Caregivers (PTC) was developed as a 6-week educational program designed to help informal family caregivers (no professional caregivers please), better care for themselves while caring for a relative or friend. Caregivers will benefit from the class whether they are helping a parent, spouse, or friend living at home, in long-term care or across the country. Click here for the Powerful Tools for Caregivers web page.
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REST – Respite Education and Support Tools
Respite Education and Support Tools (REST) is an originally designed educational course that provides respite training to adults and teens who want to offer care to those in need and provide assistance to their caregivers. As a REST companion (volunteer or paid), you give the gift of your time to provide a valuable service. As a REST trained companion/respite provider you will spend one-on-one time with an adult or senior, giving only as much time as you are willing and able to give. The ultimate goal of this training course is to assist individuals to become effective companions and respite workers by learning the three key steps of support: Prepare, Care and Connect.
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