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Facing Dementia

Facing Dementia:
Important Information for Caregivers and Older Adults

How does dementia impact your life? If you are caring for a loved one suffering from an age-related cognitive disease, you may feel the impact daily. Dementia takes a toll on both caregivers and those afflicted, and the prospect of dementia may bring up fears about your own and your loved one’s future.

In this eLearning and video course bundle you’ll find:

  • Information about the effects of dementia
  • Making connections through spiritual care
  • Caregiver tips and insights
  • Possible caregiving costs and links to financial resources
  • Information on physical activity, nutrition, and brain health

eLearning Course

With tips relating to finance and information on physical activity, nutrition, and brain health, this eLearning course may help you manage the caregiver role, prepare when faced with a diagnosis, and nurture wellness as you age.

Instructors

Duration

Approximately 20 minutes

Video Course

The Rev. Colette Bachand-Wood has spent years working in dementia care. In this series of videos, she shares how and why honoring spiritual identity using music, prayer, and worship may help in forging connections with those with dementia.

Instructor

 

User Guide

Audio / Video

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Design Note

You’ll find fictitious characters and scenarios used in this course to illustrate points and explain concepts.


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