Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care TM

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Specialized Staff Education Programs

Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care provides a solid education which allows for the creation of a failure-free, resident directed program. It is crucial that those caring for folks with Alzheimer’s or other dementia receive specialized training.

Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care provides a strong base knowledge of the disease process along with habilitative strategies to provide the best care possible. This education results in the reduction of conflict and improvement in the interactions among staff and residents. Participants will experience realistic situations through role-playing and open discussion. Environments such as Hospitals, Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers, Assisted Livings facilities, Adult Day Health programs, and Home-Care agencies are benefiting from Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care. To learn more about Tammy Pozerycki, the creator and facilitator of Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care, please click here.

Specialized Dementia Care Unit / Skilled Nursing Facility

Is your facility compliant with the new Guidelines for Dementia Special Care Unit Regulations? Last year these were implemented to improve the quality of education of staff in order to better serve the population residing within a Special Care Unit. Choosing Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care will allow you to meet the regulations
105 CMR 150.022 through 150.029. For further information click here.

Specialized Care Residence / Assisted Living Facility

Are your staff of your Specialized Care Residence trained and educated to meet the requirements set forth by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs? Choosing Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care will allow you to meet the regulations of 651 CMR 12.07thus improving the competence of your staff and quality of life for your residents. For further information please click here.

Adult Day Health

Are you serving clients who have Alzheimer’s or other dementia? If so, please consider Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care in order to improve the competency and expertise of your staff as well as improve the quality of life for your clients. Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care meets the requirements of the Dementia Day Service Guidelines, Adult Day Health Manual Appendix D more information please click here.

Home Health Care

The success of your service depends upon the competency and expertise of your staff. Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care™ will improve the quality of service of your staff working with your clients who have Alzheimer’s or other dementia. Caregivers will feel confident and secure knowing your staff are highly skilled in dementia care. Your staff will feel confident and comfortable working with your clients with Alzheimer’s or other dementia, as they are equipped with the knowledge and skills to create a better day for your client. For further information click here.