Dementia and the Aging Brain by ROY D. STEINBERG, Peter R. Johnson, John Arden
Key concepts and vital strategies that will
immediately impact your patients, their families and your practice…
Cognitive Rehabilitation is constantly evolving, and the treatment advances are dramatically improving quality of life for aging patients — are you confident that you’re applying the most current strategies, techniques and therapies with your patients?
Discover the newest tools, interventions and treatments necessary to ensure the best possible outcomes for your patients, their families, and your practice with this comprehensive, self-paced course which features real-world patient scenarios and practical case studies so you can apply the latest treatment advances.
When you enroll in this training, you’ll learn:
Gain the knowledge, skills and confidence to improve your patients’ quality of life with this high-level cognitive rehabilitation training.
|This online course will walk you through two engaging sessions:|
The Aging Brain: Assessments, Treatments & Interventions for Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias
with Roy D. Steinberg, PhD
This dynamic session will help you more effectively understand and intervene with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias that affect your geriatric patients. In an energetic and uplifting style, Dr. Roy D. Steinberg will introduce you to a recipe of what works and what doesn’t with and for older adult patients and their care providers.
Dr. Steinberg will address the cognitive implications of the aging process in general, its effects on individual patients, and the pathological changes and functional manifestations specific to Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Walk away with the tools necessary to differentiate the diagnostic criteria for various types of dementias seen in older adults, including Alzheimer’s disease, Vascular Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Frontotemporal Dementia and Lewy Body Dementia.
You will return to your practice better able to participate in interdisciplinary approaches in evaluation and treating Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. You don’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind training.
Cognitive Therapy for Dementia: Effective Evaluation & Therapeutic Interventions
with Peter R. Johnson, PhD, CCC-SLP
In this invaluable session you will learn the characteristics of dementia for effective differentiation of dementia as well as how to accurately stage your patients.
You will walk away with an array of therapeutic approaches based on the patient’s diagnosis and stage level for successful intervention. This session will broaden your understanding of memory and pharmacology and provide evidence-based direct and indirect interventions to help you find the right approach for each patient.
Additionally, you will discover how to fully comply with the recent Medicare policies (Jimmo v. Sebelius) and how these changes will impact treatment of your patients.
Pathways to Successful Aging! The 5 Key Factors to Age Well
Dr. John Arden, neuropsychologist, author, a pioneer in brain-based therapy, and Director of Training in Mental Health for Kaiser Permanente for Northern California. This recording highlights the five key factors that support successful aging.
The baby boomer generation is soon to explode into the healthcare scene. As a healthcare professional you will be asked to help the aging population in new, lower cost, and easy-to-achieve methods to slow down dementia and other age-related diseases.
Dr. John Arden spent four decades working successfully to help ordinary people with various mental and physical health conditions.
He discovered a number of years ago that if he explained in easy terms how their brains work, how the simple things they can do to alter their brain functioning, their physical functioning and their prospects of aging healthfully, positive results took place!
In this 2-hour voyage into your brain, and Dr. John Arden will show you these 5 key factors for aging successfully- and how you can best explain them to your clients!
1. Social Support — linked to wellbeing, cognition and longevity.
2. Physical activity — neurogenesis, reduction of inflammation, normalization of blood glucose and enhancement of cell repair.
3. Lifelong pursuit of new learning — reduced risk of cognitive decline or dementia.
4. Healthy diet tips — key neurotransmitters protect the brain from rapid aging, Type 2 diabetes, cognitive decline and dementia.
5. Quality sleep — supports memory consolidation, brain glucose metabolic activity and cognition.
|Learning that Fits Your Schedule:|
|Watch the videos at your own pace. You’ll have unlimited access for one year.|
|Add the full video downloads to your reference library to reference again and again in the future.|
|Interact and collaborate with other professionals in the online community through chat boards and online forums. Share your reactions, exchange ideas, ask questions, and network with your peers.|
|Complete your CE tests online. Once you pass, you can print your CE certificate online instantly — earn up to 14.5 CE Hours.|
|Download everything in this series. It’s yours to keep forever.|