Supporting and Guiding Individuals through Dementia-Related Behaviors


Supporting and Guiding Individuals through Dementia-Related Behaviors



This course helps caregivers understand common dementia-related behaviors and triggers. Caregivers will gain the communication and behavioral tools they need to help guide and/or support clients through these “super anxiety attacks.”

  • Define dementia-related behaviors.
  • List at least 10 things that can trigger a dementia-related behavior.
  • Develop a plan for responding to a person exhibiting symptoms of a dementia-related behavior.
  • Describe at least five things you can do to prevent dementia-related behavior.
  • Demonstrate calm and rational communication and behavior with all clients at risk for dementia-related behaviors.

This course is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association® for following evidence-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment, and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication. Learn more about this recognition HERE.



Are you looking for mobile-friendly online training for your caregivers?

With In the Know On the Go, you’ll gain access to 100+ e-learning modules, have the ability to create a customized training program for each employee, track completion, message your staff, print records, and more.

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Phone: 877-809-5515


It's our mission to prepare your Caregivers to deliver the highest quality of care to your clientsleaving you with more time to grow your business!

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