The MIND Center, in partnership with the Division of Geriatrics, offers a variety of educational programs for individuals and families who are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to help them understand the evaluation and diagnosis process and to enhance their knowledge to be better prepared for what will occur as the disease progresses.
We also provide education and training to the general public regarding prevention strategies and ways to promote brain wellness and healthy aging. Targeted community audiences may include older adults, the general public, or students.
The MIND Center and Division of Geriatrics are focused on helping professionals improve their knowledge and proficiency in providing care and services to individuals and families in our community who are battling Alzheimer’s and dementia.
The training and educational presentations provided by MIND Center and Geriatrics staff and faculty are appropriate for a variety of professionals who care for or serve clients and patients with these devastating diseases, including nursing assistants, home health aides, licensed practical and registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, physicians, social workers, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and therapists, mental health providers, marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, activity and recreation professionals, first responders, law enforcement officers and cadets, nursing home and facility administrators, insurance agents, financial advisors, and attorneys.