Designed to educate individuals who care for persons with Alzheimer's disease or related dementias

A 4-Session basic practical training course designed to educate individuals who care for persons with Alzheimer's disease or related dementias.

Every Wednesday from 3:30-5 starting Feb. 5th and going through Feb. 26th.

Located at the Skilled Nursing Center Great Room 

248 W 300 N Logan

It is free and open to the public.

For more information or registration call Amy at (435) 754-0233 

Topic 1: The Basic Facts: An Introduction to Dementia

Topic 2: Keeping the Dialogue Going: Communication Skills

Topic 3: Safe Environments and Addressing Challenging Behavior

Topic 4: Now What Do I Do? Creative Problem Solving

Future 4 week sessions begin in June and September

Led by Amy Anderson and Dennis Wildman, Certified Dementia Dialogue Instructors though the Utah Department of Health's State Plan on Alzheimer's



170 N Main St Logan UT

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