Dementia: A Masterclass for Clinicians | Webinar

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Dementia: A Masterclass for Clinicians – Course Description:

Dementia is an ever-present condition that is only growing in its prevalence. Despite this, it can remain a intimidating condition for clinicians, fraught with emotional and communication challenges.  This class will empower you with the tools and skills to ensure your therapeutic interventions are effective, thoughtful, and grounded in all the best, most recent evidence!

After taking this course- you will have:

– Deepened your understanding of dementia and the clinician’s role

– Equip clinicians with resources for effective practice & advocacy for PWD

– Familiarize with psychological principles of safety to optimize regulation & trust

– Explore a unique POC design, including the “habilitative hierarchy”

– Enable therapists to effectively counsel & educate on stage-specific recommendations

– Make dignity and highest ability to function accessible for PWD

– Have the tools to foster a supportive and successful plan of care with your caseload!

Additional information

Continuing Education Units/Professional Development Units

This seminar contains introductory content. Instructional method is self-directed/virtual online study; with interactive and post course live presenter follow up.

Speech and Language Pathologists: ARC Seminars is an ASHA Approved Provider of Continuing Education. This course has been approved for 0.7 ASHA CEUs, Introductory level.

Occupational Therapists: ARC Seminars is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development, #000087. This course is offered for 0.7 AOTA CEUs, approval #0004599, (7.0 contact hours). This course contains content classified under both Occupational Therapy Process and Domain of OT. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.

Physical Therapists: This program has been approved by the APTA Kentucky, A Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, for 7 Category 1 contact hour(s). Expiration Date: 02/18/2023. Approval Number: CS110-2021-APTAKY. Most other state boards of physical therapy will accept continuing education offerings that are approved by the APTA.

ARC Seminars is an California Board of Physical Therapy Approved Provider of Continuing Education. This course has been approved by the New Jersey Board of Physical Therapy Examiners; the Pennsylvania Board of Physical Therapy Examiners; the Delaware Board of Physical Therapy Examiners; and the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners.

Please contact us at for your specific state requirements.

14 reviews for Dementia: A Masterclass for Clinicians | Webinar

  1. Ashley H

    Enjoyed the presentation. The allen stage breakdown was very helpful, would love more resources on visual/adaptive strategies for daily activities

  2. William S.

    Maybe include more caregiver training scenarios to balance limited time availability w/ patience needed for interaction

  3. Jordan Sales

    Creating a sense of safety & security for my patients with dementia

  4. Brianna A

    Overall the seminar has so much information. This topic was very relevant and helped me understand dementia more in depth. As a RNT II there’s a lot of communicating with this seminar I do feel more comfortable problem solving with dementia patients and gaining their trust as well 🙂

  5. Naomi H

    It will be helpful to use skills/knowledge to assist my team in better treating patients with dementia

  6. Christina D; SLP

    I really like the way you explained process of making memories, will use with my patients/caregiver edu

  7. Renee R; OT

    I can connect with my patients and understand their needs/their caregivers needs better

  8. Susan

  9. Gabrielle R.; PT

    I can use this to best interact with this specific population

  10. Maria M; CNA

    Can use skills when working with dementia patients

  11. Retha L; RN

  12. Luz Ayala

    I will use this knowledge by helping patients with dementia and help my caregivers to better understand how to help patients with dementia

  13. Kelsea B; PT

    It was relevant. I will use the knowledge gained to treat my pt’s dementia better, and better underastanding

  14. Brianne C; RN

    This topic was very relevant to my practice since so many patients have dementia, this will allow me to properly give them care

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