Alzheimer's Level I and Level II Training
Our Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Training Courses are approved by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and meet the educational requirements for administrators and staff members working with dementia patients at:
Assisted Living Communities (ALF)
Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF)
Adult Day Care Centers
Our classes are the most sought after in Palm Beach County! Upbeat, enthusiastic, interactive and fun!
- Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Training classes are offered on the first Thursday of every month and are fun, informative and interactive!
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Level I – $35.00 – Pizza, snacks & drinks included*
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Level II – $35.00 – Pizza, snacks & drinks included*
- Space is limited and we encourage early registration! You can register for Alzheimer’s training and education by calling us at 561-588-4545
- The cost is $35.00 per person, per class, and must be paid at the time of registration. No exceptions! We accept Checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover
- Please dress comfortably, arrive 15 minutes before each Alzheimer’s training class is scheduled to begin, and be sure to bring a photo ID
Classes are held at:
Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center, Inc.
2328 10th Ave N #600
Lake Worth, Florida 33461
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Register Now! Call 877-760-9199
*If you do not like Pizza or can’t eat it, please bring your own lunch. We have a refrigerator and microwave for your use.
Person-Centered Care & Advanced Dementia Care TrainingAssisted Living ~ Adult Day Care ~ Skilled Nursing ~ Home Health ~ Nurse Registries
Person-Centered Care and Advanced Dementia Care Training
The Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center promotes on-going person-centered dementia specific training, education and standards for professionals and other caregivers who provide services to Alzheimer’s, dementia or other cognitively impaired patients and their families.
We have expanded the Alzheimer’s disease educational services we offer to include topics that are important to family caregivers, patients and paid caregivers of those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other memory impairment.
Assisted Living and Nursing Home Alzheimer’s and Dementia Training
Despite annual dementia in-service education, are your employees and contracted team members still struggling with the difficult behaviors and symptoms common in those with memory loss?
Differentiate and reward your valuable staff with the best possible training from South Florida’s leading dementia care educators and trainers.
Test and Train Program
Test and Train Program™
Our Test and Train Program™, available to local home health agencies, adult day centers, nurse registries, assisted living communities, nursing homes, and community based organizations, provides education, skills testing as well as individualized and group training on a wide variety of topics.
Each program provides effective techniques and strategies that work best to ease anxiety, stress and frustration; promote better health; me et the physical, emotional and psychological needs of the resident/patient; improve quality of life and reduce behavioral difficulties.
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Alzheimer's Care Community Support Groups
Alzheimer's care community support groups are facilitated throughout Palm Beach County. Alzheimer's caregivers support group locations West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Wellington, Lake Worth and Palm Beach Gardens for Alzheimer's family caregivers and early-stage Alzheimer's caregiver support groups.
Alzheimer's Events West Palm Beach
The Alzheimer's Care Resource Center's calendar of upcoming Alzheimer's events is published monthly to serve the Alzheimer's care community in South Florida. Free Alzheimer's Caregiver Workshops; Alzheimer's training, and free Alzheimer's educational videos are available.
Alzheimer's News Palm Beach County
The Alzheimer's Care Resource Center's newsletter is published monthly and includes valuable news and information for Alzheimer's family caregivers. Community organizations and professionals interested in submitting information for publication, can send a request to [email protected]