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Middle Stage Education Series

FOR: Caregivers and family members and friends of persons living with dementia. SESSIONS: 3 PURPOSE: Understanding the unique needs of the middle stage of dementia. How to support responsive behaviours, safety and security of the home environment. TOPICS: Communication strategies, activities of daily living (ADL) and self-care for the caregiver.

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First Steps – Brantford

FOR: Individuals with early stage dementia and their primary caregiver(s). SESSIONS: 4 PURPOSE: Introduction to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to understand the diagnosis and learn about tips and strategies that might help you day to day. TOPICS: The different types of dementia, the resulting changes in the brain, planning for the future, and strategies […]

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Middle Stage Education Series

FOR: Caregivers and family members and friends of persons living with dementia. SESSIONS: 3 PURPOSE: Understanding the unique needs of the middle stage of dementia. How to support responsive behaviours, safety and security of the home environment. TOPICS: Communication strategies, activities of daily living (ADL) and self-care for the caregiver.

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First Steps – Brantford

FOR: Individuals with early stage dementia and their primary caregiver(s). SESSIONS: 4 PURPOSE: Introduction to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to understand the diagnosis and learn about tips and strategies that might help you day to day. TOPICS: The different types of dementia, the resulting changes in the brain, planning for the future, and strategies […]

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Gentle Persuasive Approaches (GPA)

FOR: All staff and departments in care organizations who are working with persons living with dementia. SESSIONS: 1 Full Day (Participation Certificate received upon completion), $50/person PURPOSE: The GPA curriculum is case-based, interactive, and practical. GPA re-frames challenging behaviour to be interpreted as self-protective or responsive behaviour occurring as a result of unmet needs, encouraging […]

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Middle Stage Education Series

FOR: Caregivers and family members and friends of persons living with dementia. SESSIONS: 3 PURPOSE: Understanding the unique needs of the middle stage of dementia. How to support responsive behaviours, safety and security of the home environment. TOPICS: Communication strategies, activities of daily living (ADL) and self-care for the caregiver.

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First Steps – Brantford

FOR: Individuals with early stage dementia and their primary caregiver(s). SESSIONS: 4 PURPOSE: Introduction to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to understand the diagnosis and learn about tips and strategies that might help you day to day. TOPICS: The different types of dementia, the resulting changes in the brain, planning for the future, and strategies […]

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Positive Approach to Care – Workshop C

Developed by occupational therapist Teepa Snow, our PAC workshops focus on the interpersonal dynamics of supporting a changing brain. A variety of skills are taught in an interactive group style. FOR: For families, agencies and LTC Homes. SESSIONS: 3 (Participation Certificate received upon completion), $30-$80/session PURPOSE: Helps participants better understand the experience of dementia and […]

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Middle Stage Education Series

FOR: Caregivers and family members and friends of persons living with dementia. SESSIONS: 3 PURPOSE: Understanding the unique needs of the middle stage of dementia. How to support responsive behaviours, safety and security of the home environment. TOPICS: Communication strategies, activities of daily living (ADL) and self-care for the caregiver.

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