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Training: “The Human Approach to Dementia Care”

Connecting the Person-Centered Care Approach to the Human Experience

Training: Dementia Education For Licensed Professionals – Alexandria MN

 $25 includes lunch, materials and 8 CEUs BOSW/Nursing

Target Audience:  Licensed Professionals – Nurses, Case Management, Social Workers, Caregiver Coaches, PT, OT, Dental Clinicians, Doctors

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This 8-hour experience will help you feel and understand the world of those living with dementia. Our job is to help people maintain a quality of life that aligns with who they are. We must start by understanding the world in which they live.

Learning Objectives

¨ The human experience, what we see and understand about people matters.

¨ Understanding and Supporting “That Family”

¨ Leadership – How we support our staff directly affects the care they provide

¨ Dementia – Understanding how we connect enhances their human experience

Length of Presentation:  8 hours

  Wednesday June 11th, 2019 8:30 AM—5:00 PM

Grand Arbor 4403 Pioneer Rd SE, Alexandria, MN 56308

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Training: “The Human Approach to Dementia Care”

Presented by: Krisie Barron LSW

Krisie Barron LSW

Phone 320.360.4724


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Cindy Karasch, COTA, CSA, President, CEO

President, CEO at Alternative Senior Care
As the founder and CEO of Alternative Senior Care, Cindy is responsible for all areas of the business. She has an Associate degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Management of Human Services. “My skills in Occupational Therapy were useful in adapting methods, materials, and environments for children in special education classes as well as with adults in rehabilitation centers and local nursing homes.”
Cindy grew up in Sauk Centre and raised her three children here. She has five grandchildren.Married to Mike since 2010, she keeps busy with gardening and outdoor activities.

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