Online Course » Alzheimer's and memory care - Managing Behavior Challenges, Part 4: After an Event

Course Description:
This course on managing behavior challenges discusses the importance of verbal interaction and non-verbal intervention.
Course Objective:
After completing this lesson, the student will be able to:  Utilize tips for verbal and non-verbal interaction; Understand what to do when a crisis is over; Develop a plan for prevention of future instances.
Hours:
0.25
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