Dementia Dialogues® the University of South Carolina

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    Caregiver Training

    Dementia Dialogues® is a 5-module, evidence-informed nationally registered training course designed to educate community members and caregivers for persons who exhibit signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. These modules cover valuable information and recommendations including an overview of dementia, strategies for effective communication, understanding the environment and ways to promote independence, addressing challenging behaviors, and creative problem solving. Dementia Dialogues® is offered nationally by Certified Instructors in-person and virtually, and as a virtual self-guided training at no cost to participants. Dementia Dialogues® is provided through Office of the Study of Aging at the Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina.

    Counties Served
    • Statewide

Description of Organization

Dementia Dialogues® is a 5-module, evidence-informed nationally registered training course designed to educate community members and caregivers for persons who exhibit signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. These modules cover valuable information and recommendations including an overview of dementia, strategies for effective communication, understanding the environment and ways to promote independence, addressing challenging behaviors, and creative problem solving. Dementia Dialogues® is offered nationally by Certified Instructors in-person and virtually, and as a virtual self-guided training at no cost to participants. Dementia Dialogues® is provided through Office of the Study of Aging at the Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina.

 

Counties Served

  • Statewide

Interpreter Line Available for Callers

No

Hours of operation

Monday - Friday  9:00am - 5:00pm

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