Our Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Training Courses are approved by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Level I and Level II Alzheimer’s Training courses meet the education requirements for administrators and staff working with dementia patients in the home, at assisted living facilities, in long term care facilities and in skilled nursing facilities.
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 – $40.00 – Pizza, snacks & drinks included*
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Level II – $40.00 – 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 $40.00 per person, per class, and must be paid at the time of registration. No exceptions! We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover
- Classes are held at:
Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center, Inc.
2328 10th Ave N #601
Lake Worth, Florida 33461
- Please dress comfortably, arrive 15 minutes before each Alzheimer’s training class is scheduled to begin, and be sure to bring a photo ID
Register Now! Call 561-588-4545
*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.
The Alzheimer’s Care Resource Center promotes on-going 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.
Test and Train Program
Our Test and Train Program™, available to local home health agencies, nurse registries and community based organizations, and provides skills testing as well as individualized and group training on Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other neurocognitive disorders.
Each caregiver that attends the Test and Train™ program must demonstrate that they have the acquired the appropriate skills and level of expertise necessary to not only meet the patients physical care needs, but provide appropriate cognitive stimulation, which is so important to someone with Alzheimer’s disease.
For family caregivers, visit our page on Caregiver Education and Training!