Understanding and Relating to Dementia Behaviors
- 2 - 3 p.m.
- All Ages
Fee: none. No registration.
Membership Not Required
2 - 3 PM in room 208
Presenter: Alzheimer’s Association.
During the middle stage of dementia, the
person with the disease often starts to exhibit
new behaviors that can be confusing. These
behaviors are a form of communication
and are essential to understanding the
needs of the person with dementia. To help
decipher behaviors and determine how best
to respond, the Alzheimer’s Association
offers the Understanding and Responding
to Dementia-Related Behavior program.
Learn how to identify common triggers for
behaviors associated with dementia, explain
the process for assessing and identifying
challenging behaviors, and various strategies
to address some common dementia-related