Ask any expert in the field of Alzheimer’s disease and they will tell you that there are as many variations of how Alzheimer’s is expressed as there are people with the disease. Personality, life experiences and variations in effects on the brain all contribute to individual differences, but there are also some typical patterns.
This course begins by providing brief explanations of various forms of dementia, common losses and remaining strengths, and then explains how to use that knowledge for more effective interactions related to activities with people with dementia.
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There are 24 multiple choice or true/false questions and you require a pass rate of 80%. Don’t worry if you fail first time as you can retake the test anytime, go back and read the course materials and when ready come back and begin the test again.