Dementia Care Certificate


Dementia Care Certificate

What is Dementia?

Dementia refers to a group of symptoms that together affect the memory, normal thinking, communication, and reasoning ability of a person. These symptoms make it difficult to perform even daily simple tasks such as bathing and eating. Alzheimer’s disease is the main cause of the majority of cases of dementia. Dementia can’t be cured but there are medications to manage the symptoms.

Course Description

This 5 hour course will focus on methods practiced across the senior care industry. Training provided by Taylor Lajeunesse, CDP, CMDCP will cover a wide variety of techniques taught by professionals like Teepa Snow, Dr. Cameron Camp, and LiveWell (formerly known as the Alzheimer’s Resource Center). Education provided in this course will cover how to recognize when someone has a cognitive impairment, how to approach individuals living with cognitive impairment, and strategies to encourage and promote continued independence in the community.

Course Schedules

Summer 2023: CRN #80012

  • Instructor: Taylor Lajeunesse, CDP, CMDCP
  • Instructional Method: LRON (Live Remote) – You attend LRON classes at the scheduled times with your professor and classmates in a Zoom-like session. For more information about Instructional Methods, visit here. Students will be given a link prior to the class start.
  • Date: Monday, Tuesday 8/14/23-8/15/23
  • Time: 5:00 pm.-7:30 p.m.
  • Room: Online (LRON)
  • Cost: $125.00
  • Registration deadline: 8/7/23

Register Now!

To register for this course, please visit our Workforce Registration Page. You’ll find directions on how to register, along with information about information sessions with Workforce advisors, funding sources for financing your tuition, refund policies, and more.

Please Note: It is mandatory that you provide all necessary forms with your registration. A seat will not be held until all of your documentation and payment are received.