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Alzheimer's Disease: Patient Support

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Alzheimer's Disease: Patient Support

    Public awareness and personal family experience has increased the level of community and individual awareness of memory loss and AD over the past decade, almost everyone knows someone with AD. While researchers continue to focus on understanding causes and developing treatments, we are also recognizing the unique needs of the person living with AD, the family struggling to understand AD, and the community organizations working to expand approaches to care and support. Our multiple roles as healthcare professionals require an expanded mindset beyond the clinical that addresses AD as a long-term chronic brain disease with elements that change over time, a condition that can be supported by a creative, interprofessional approach and consistent advocacy on behalf of people with AD and their families.  This CE module provides an overview of how individual healthcare providers and the healthcare team can support the people living with AD.

    InstructorGuy Annunziata, Dc, BCN
    About the InstructorDr. Annunziata has been in chiropractic practice since 1992 and has been teaching courses all across the world for over 20 years.
    Subject Breakdown•Identify at least three healthcare-related disciplines with effective approaches to supporting people with AD •Discuss how interprofessional collaboration in care approaches can enhance outcomes •Describe two evidence-based interventions for people living with AD •Discuss three quality-of-life elements and innovative management approaches to living with AD
    Total Credits1.00
    FormatDistance - On-demand
    Course OutlineALZHIEMER'S DISEASE PATIENT SUPPORT PACE.pdf
    Co-sponsor or PartnerNone
    • PACE Provider: DC Hours
    • Course ID: 7284
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