Senior Care Staff Training for Managing Challenging Behavior

Seniors with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias often exhibit challenging behaviors such as aggression, agitation, disinhibition, mood and sleep disturbances. Wandering and elopement are also concerns. Managing these behaviors can be difficult, especially in senior living and memory care communities. Senior care staff training can help improve the quality of care for residents with dementia, while reducing liability and increasing employee job satisfaction.

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Assisted Living Training Videos for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

Since the pandemic began, there has been a tremendous shortage in caregiving, both by family members and friends and by professional services available at long-term care facilities. Training caregivers is critical to ensure residents with dementia receive quality care. Assisted living training videos offer a cost-effective method for administrators to train staff quickly and conveniently.

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Quality Care Begins with Dementia Care Training for Your Staff

Quality care of residents with memory loss begins with dementia care training for your senior living staff. Studies show that dementia care training…

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Dementia and the Holidays

While many of your residents suffer from feelings of loss and sadness during the holidays, these emotions for those with dementia can be…

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Traveling with Dementia: Things to Consider Before You Go on Vacation

Sometimes, planning a vacation turns into a part-time job. Where to go, how to get there, avoiding crowds, budgeting, booking accommodations, packing –…

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Elopement Prevention: Assisted Living Preparedness Part 3

It was a chilly, February afternoon in Elizabeth City, North Carolina when Ruby Whedbee, a 90-year-old resident who suffered from dementia, wandered away…

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