Who is this training for?
Pre-Service Dementia Training is a required training in Oregon for Aging & People with Disabilities (APD) adult foster care home licensees, co-licensees, administrators, resident managers, shift caregivers, and substitute caregivers. Our training is approved by the State of Oregon for all APD adult foster homes.
What will you learn?
Participants will better understand how dementia affects individuals and their care needs, incorporate principles of person-centered care and provide a supportive care environment, meet the psychosocial needs of residents living with dementia, provide meaningful activities, understand care considerations for persons living with dementia, and recognize safety considerations.
How long is the training?
This training is available online at your convenience and on-demand. The time commitment will be 2.5 - 3 hours. This training is taught by experienced professionals and former Alzheimer's Association staff.
Designed specifically for adult foster care home staff, including future licensees, administrators, resident managers, and other care staff.
Self-paced and flexible: The time commitment is 2.5 - 3 hours and you set your own schedule. Log in at any time of the day to work on the training.
Easy registration: click the registration button to register and start the training.
Open to all: whether you're in Oregon or in another state, you can register for this training.
Reinforces person-centered care
Highly recommend this training
Keep teaching as a refresher course
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